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• Fearing restrictive legislation, gun enthusiasts stock up By Rachael Rees

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Local gun shops are slammed with customers fearing new legislation could keep them from owning certain types of semi-automatic weapons like AR-15s. "We have literally sold out of everything AR," said Larry Myers, co-owner of DBA Redmond Black Rifle, also known as Colfax Tactical, on Southwest

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Badger Avenue in Redmond. "We saw a rush in2008, ofcourse, when (President Barack Obama) went into office, but it was nothing like this." On the first day of the new Congress, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., intends to introduce legislation "stopping the sale, transfer, importation and manufacturing of assault weapons as well as large ammunition magazines,

strips and drums that hold more than 10 rounds,"according to herwebsit e. With politicians and lobbyists pushing for a new assault weapons ban similar to the ban that expired in 2004, and limits on high-capacity magazines, firearm enthusiasts want to make sure they

are prepared. Hundreds of people have come into the store this week, Myers said. And each day, he said he's had more than 80 phone calls for orders and inquiries. SeeGun sales/A8

Wave of infections linked to meningitis By Denise Grady New Yorh Times News Service

YPSILANTI, Mich. — Dr. David Vanderberg admitted three patients to St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor hospital Tuesday and called a fourth with news that left her in tears: She

had a large abscess deep inside her back, near her spine, and would need sur-

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The patients were part of a second, growing wave of serious infections from the same tainted drug that caused a nationwide meningitis outbreak. The drug, contaminated with a fungus, was injected near the spine to treat chronic back or neck pain. This public health disaster, in its third month, is far from over. Meningitis seems to have waned, but spinal infections near the in]ection site are on the rise. They can be dangerous and hard to detect. At least 200 have occurred, and more are expected because nearly 14,000 people had injections from tainted lots of the drug. SeeInfection/A6

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WASHINGTON — With the sudden collapse of House Speaker John Boehner's Plan B to avert most year-end tax increases, President Barack Obama and congressional leaders face a daunting choice: compromise in the few days remaining before tax hikes and spending cuts kick in, or call it quits and soar off the fiscal cliff. Obama appeared in the White House briefing room late Friday to urge congressional leaders to at least prevent income tax hikes on household income of less than $250,000, continue longterm unemployment benefits and delay the mandatory spending cuts set to

begin in January. "Call me a hopeless optimist, but I actually still think we can get it done," Obama said before leaving with his family to spend Christmas in Hawaii. The president's plea was a retreat from the much broader deal he had sought during private talks with Boehner, which fell apart this week as the Ohio Republican pursued a separate course. By suggesting last-ditch action on priorities that are most important to Democrats, Obama is not likely to attract an enthusiastic GOP

response. Obama talked with Boehner by telephone before he spoke, and met at the White House with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev. — a trusted partner who could help craft a deal in the Senate. SeeFiscal /A6

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Andrew Walters, owner of Oregon Detective Agency, fills out paperwork to renew his concealed weapons permit Friday at the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office. Local officials say they've seen an increase in the permits recently. Having sold out of AR models, g a personal AR-15, right, is displayed at Redmond Black Rifle on Friday.

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Lawmakers focus onmental healtb By Andrew Clevenger The Bulletin

WASHINGTON — Even as it mourns the victims of last week's

shooting rampage at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., including 20 children, the nation remains deeply divided on how to prevent another mass shooting. In the aftermath of the shooting, more than 197,000 people signed a petition on the White House's "We the People" website, calling on President Barack Obama to promote gun control legislation. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., announced plans to introduce legislation banning assault

weapons and largecapacity magazines on the first day of the new

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Gun controldialoguerenewed The horrific shooting in Newtown, Conn., has spurred anewpush to reduce gun violence. Here are somekey issues in the national dialogue on gun control: ISSUE

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Assault weapons

Legal definitions havevaried. Assault weapons can befully automatic or semi-automatic, depending onwhois doing the defining.

Congress bannedassaultweaponsfrom 1994 to 2004, but there were manyloopholes. Sen. DianneFeinstein, aCalifornia Democrat, has said she plans to introduce new legislation in early 2013.

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l oads automatically but fires only once A likely focus of Congress. Police sayConnecticut shooter each time the shooter squeezesthe Adam Lanza did much of his damagewith a semi-automatic trigger. rifle.

Highcapacity magazines

They allow a shooter to fire several bullets in just seconds.

Prohibited under assault weaponsbanof1994-2004. A likely focus of debate will be limiting the number of bullets per magazine.

Gun-show regulatory gap

Allows private dealers at gunshowsto sell without doing background checks on buyers.

W hite Housespokesman Jay Carney says President BarackObamawould support legislation to close the loophole.

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CHICAGO — For a class of troublesome flame retardants, this appeared to be the end of an era. Afteryears ofstudy, scientists in the U.S. and Europe had reached an alarming conclusion: Flame retardants called polybrominated diphenyl ethers, or PBDEs, build up in blood and breast milk, interfere with natural hormones,trigger reproductive problems and cause developmental and neurological damage. Under pressure from federaland state regulators, the leading makers of the chemicals stopped making two PBDEs in 2005 and vowed to shut down production of another by the end of next year. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency also began pushing rules that would make it practically impossible to sell imported and recycled products made with the flame retardants. The rules are supported not only by health advocates and environmental groups but also by the three major manufacturers of PBDEs. But after promoting the rules as a significant achievement, the EPA has delayed making them final amid fierce opposition from influential industries. SeeRetardant/A6

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W ASHINGTON — I n h i s first extensive public remarks since last week's mass shooting at a Connecticut school, the head of the National Rifle Association called Friday for lawmakers to take action to put armed security guards in all schools in an effort to curb such violence. NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre called on Congress "to appropriate whatever is necessary to put armed police officers in every single school in this nation." In his remarks, LaPierre suggested that guards could be drawn from a pool of qualified private citizens who would work with

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law enforcement officials. He offered NRA help — "free of charge" — in setting up such a program and training the

guards. Offering no new gun restriction proposals, LaPierre lashed out against violent video games and films, as well the media's coverage of gun owners. His answer to addressing gun violence in schools was the creation of a model emer-

gency response program in which schools can choose to participate. After L a Pierre w r a pped up his remarks, his proposal to put a rmed guards in schools was met with criticism from both D e mocrats and Republicans.

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Even as he was speaking, LaPierre faced pushback. He was interrupted twice during his remarks by anti-gun protesters. One held up a sign that read: "NRA Killing Our Kids." After pausing briefly, he continued to speak after the protesters were removed. "Politicians pass laws for gun-free school zones," LaPierre said. "They issue press

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Putin of Russia on Friday added to recent signals that Moscow is slowly distancing itself from the regime of Syria's president, Bashar

Assad, its longstanding but nowseverely weakenedally. Asserting that Russia's main goal is to avoid chaos, Putin restated Russia's position that Syria's civil war could be resolved only through talks be-

tween the parties involved. But he insisted that "we aren't a defender of the current Syrian leadership" and said Moscow wants "a demo-

cratic regime in Syria based onthe expression of the people's will." Italian Prime MiniSter reSignS —Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti resigned Friday evening following Parliament's con-

fidence vote on the 2013 budget, but he is still expected to play a major role in early elections, quite possibly as a candidate, analysts

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WASHINGTON — P r esident Barack Obama on Friday nominated Sen. John Kerry forsecretary of state in hissecond term, calling the Vietnam veteran and one-time presidential contender the "perfect choice to g u id e A m erican diplomacy." Kerry's nomination was all but assured after U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, once considered a shoo-in to succeed Hillary C linton, withdrew her name from consideration amid intense Republican opposition that would've ensured an ugly Senate confirmation process. Kerry, a Mas s achusetts Democrat k n ow n f o r hi s gravitas and statesmanship, isn't likely to face such opposition, and Obama told him Friday that he was "confident the Senate will confirm you

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It's Saturday, Dec. 22, the 357th day of 2012. There are nine days left in the year.

RESEARCH HAPPENINGS EgPPt —Egypt holds its final vote on a constituional referndum that is expected to pass.

HISTORY Highlights:In1912, Lady Bird

Johnson, the wife of President Lyndon B. Johnson, wasborn

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unes recor urricane's ower Many coastal communities rely on barrier islands to take the brunt of the damage when powerful storms hit. Researchers are studying New York's Fire Island in the wake of Hurricane Sandy to

In1775, Esek Hopkins was appointed the commander-inchief of the Continental Navy. In1808, Ludwig van

Beethoven's Symphony No.5 inC minor,Op.67,Symphony No. 6in F major,Op.68,and

Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58, hadtheir world premieres in Vienna, Austria. In1864, during the Civil War, Union Gen. William T. Sherman

said in a message toPresident Abraham Lincoln: "I beg to

present you as aChristmasgift the city of Savannah." In1894, French army officer

Alfred Dreyfus was convicted of treason in a court-martial that triggered worldwide

charges of anti-Semitism. (Dreyfus was eventually vindicated.) In1910, a fire lasting more than 26 hours broke out at the Chicago Union Stock Yards; 21 firefighters were killed in the

collapse of a burning building. In1944, during the World War II Battle of the Bulge, U.S. Brig. Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe

rejected a Germandemandfor surrender, writing "Nuts!" in his official reply. In1977, three dozen people were killed when a 250-foothigh grain elevator at the Continental Grain Company plant

inWestwego,La.,exploded. In1984, New York City resident Bernhard Goetz shot and

wounded four youths on a Manhattan subway, claiming they were about to rob him. In1992, a Libyan Boeing 727 jetliner crashed after a midair collision with a MiG fighter, killing all 157 aboard the jetliner, and both crew members of the fighter jet. In 2001, Richard C. Reid, a

passenger on anAmerican Airlines flight from Paris to Mi-

ami, tried to ignite explosives in his shoes, but wassubdued by flight attendants and fellow

passengers. (Reid is serving a life sentence in federal prison.) Teo years ago:A defiant North Korea said that it had begun

removing U.N.seals andsurveillance cameras from nuclear facilities that U.S. officials said

could yield weapons within months.

Five yearsago:A jury in Riverhead, N.Y., convicted John White, a black man, of

second-degree manslaughter in the shooting death of Daniel

Cicciaro, a white teenager, during a confrontation outside White's house. (The17-yearold was shot in the face after

he showed upwith two carloads of friends to confront White's son after a dispute at

a party. White was later sentenced to two to four years in

prison, but had his sentence commuted by NewYork Gov. David Paterson after five

months.) One year ago:A waveof 16 bombings ripped across Baghdad, killing at least 69 people in the worst violence in lraq

in months days after the last American forces left the country, heightening fears of a new

round of Shiite-Sunni sectarian bloodshed.

BIRTHDAYS Former HouseSpeaker Jim Wright is 90. Country singer Red Steagall is 74. Former

World Bank GroupPresident Paul Wolfowitz is 69. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Steve Carlton is

68. ABCNewsanchor Diane Sawyer is 67. Baseball All-Star Steve Garvey is 64. Golfer Jan

Stephenson is 61.Country singer-musician ChuckMead is 52. Actor Ralph Fiennes is

50. Actress Lauralee Bell is 44. Country singer Lori McKenna is 44. Actress Dina Meyer is

44. Rhythm-and-blues singer Jordin Sparks is 23. — From wire reports

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FIRE ISLAND, N.Y. — Starting at the water's edge, B.J. Reynolds had rolled his surveying pole about 200 feet inland across the beach, the GPS receiver on top producing continuous elevation data that was recorded ina computer in his backpack. Now Reynolds, a technician with the United States Geological Survey, had reached the line of dunes that runs the length of the 31-mile barrier island. To complete the elevation profile of this slice of the beach-dune system, heneeded to run the equipment to the top. "When we came out here before the storm, we could walk right up the dune," Reynolds said. But that storm — Hurricane Sandy — had obliterated Leslye Davis / New York Times NewsService much of the dune, leaving a B.J. Reynolds, a technician with the U.S. Geological Survey, uses aGPS deviceto measure beach steep scarp face about 12 feet profiles on Fire Island, N.Y. high. So a colleague from the National Park Service, Jordan Raphael, scrambled to the top, and down the island. In many of years ago. West of this delta ing prepared. threw down a rope and hauled places50 feet or more of dune liesa series ofundersea ridges Regardless of what people the pole and backpack up, tak- are gone, exposing heavier and of sand,which may have come do, the island will continue to ing the final measurements. redder garnet sand that sepa- from the glacial outwash. reshape itself. Barrier islands The work — in all, Reynolds rated into layers over time since The western half of the is- are dynamic places, and postand Raphael took about 10 pro- being deposited as glacial ice land has never had a shortage storm, waves and wind have files at intervals along the is- retreatedthousands of years of sand — research shows it already been at work. land ontwo brisk and sparkling ago. has gained elevation in the last Two of the breaches were days last week — is part of an At many low spots along 500 to 1,000 years — and the closed by the Army Corps, but effort by scientists to take ad- the dunes, the surge from the undersea ridges may be the the third, near a place called vantage of a storm like no other storm completely overtopped source. The ridges also reduce Old Inlet, is being left open for in recent memoryto learn more them. In three locations on the some of the energy hitting the up to 60 days and monitored. about how Fire Island, and all eastern half, the surging waters shoreline; there is no historiBreaches are a concernbecause barrier islands, respond to and carved new channels, breaches cal record,for instance, of a they may raise water levels in recover from major that allow water to breach ever occurring in the the bay, which could worsen natural events. flow between the western half. mainland flooding in the event "We have the ex- "We have the ocean and bay. At But the eastern half has no of anotherstorm. But breaches, periment of a life- experiment other locations the such sand supply, and the near- at least temporary ones, can time sitting in our island r e mained by seafloor is relatively deep also provide benefits by flushofa Itfetime laps," said Cheryl intact but the wa- and flat. ing stagnant water from the "A lot higher wave energy Hapke, a geologi- sitting i n our ters pushed enorbay. cal survey scientist laps." mous amounts of reaches the coastline on the Last week, as water rushed who has studied sand inland, rais- eastern side," Hapke said. through t h e 1 0 0-yard-wide — Cheryl Hapke, in g elevations on Fire Island since channel, there were signs that Evolving beaches 2006. geological survey t h e bay side. the breach might be closing Already, Hapke scientist Ove r a ll , S o ller In its long-term planning for on its own, as sand was buildand others have said, th e s t o rm the island, which calls for re- ing up from east to west on the learned a lot about shifted so m u ch plenishing beaches and dunes ocean side. Scientists and offihow the narrow island behaved sand inland that Fire Island to protect developed areas, the cials from the various agencies during the storm — p r etty probably migrated north, to- Army Corps has identified the involved will meet before the much as expected, they say. ward the mainland, by about offshore sandy ridges as po- end of the year to decide how to And in the seven weeks since 65 to 85 feet. tentialsources of sand, or"bor- proceed. "This was a n a m azingly row" areas. But Hapke said that the storm they are already seeThe beaches are evolving; ing signsofnaturalrecovery,as powerful storm that reshaped taking sand from these areas sandbars appeared along some waves remold the beaches and the island dramatically and might reduce the amount avail- stretches in the days immediwindblown sand builds up at moved it," he said. able naturally to the island, and ately following the storm as the the foot of the dune scarps. But such migration was not changing the underwater land- seas calmed, and waves are What the scientists learn will unexpected. scape might affect the power of currently fighting to reclaim "Storms are the driver" that future storms. help government agencies, inthem. But the island's north"If you mine too much sand, ward migration is permanent; cluding the Army Corps of En- shape and move barrier islands, gineers, in their decades-long Hapke said. you alter the wave action," she the beaches and dunes may at effort to determine how best to Many f a ctors i n f luenced said. some point resemble how they maintain parts of Fire Island, how Hurricane Sandy altered C hristopher G a r dner, a looked before the storm, but to protect the private vacation the island, including its size, spokesman for the New York they will not be in the same communities on it s w estern strength, track and duration, district of the Army Corps, said place. "As much as everyone would half, which were hit hard by the height and timing of tides, that "there's a lot that goes into Hurricane Sandy, and to enand the height and composition the selectionprocess for bor- like it to be exactly as it was, sure that the island continues to of the dunes. Although beaches row areas." The plan, called the what we're going to have is a do what it did during the storm and dunes across the island Fire Island to Montauk Point different Fire Island," Soller — safeguard the Long Island lost about two-thirds of their Reformulation Study, is still be- said. "That's the reality." mainland a few miles north sand in the storm, Hapke said, across the Great South Bay. the losses were greater in some "Barrier islands are sup- of the developed areas, where posed to take the brunt of homes that once were sitting storms," said Chris Soller, su- atop dunes on timber piles now perintendent of the Fire Island seem stranded in midair. National Seashore. "And Fire These areas may have lost Island did that." more sand because they had more to lose — their beaches Achangedisland and dunes were replenished Hapke, a geologist, will be three years ago, by pumping analyzing the latest elevation sand from offshore. But another profiles, comparing them with reason, Hapke suggested, may ones taken on Oct. 28, just be- be that natural dunes, which fore the storm hit, and at vari- become well consolidated as ous times since, and other data, they slowly build over time, are including aerial surveys of the better able to withstand erosion island made using laser range- than dunes that consist largely finding equipment called lidar. of bulldozed sand.

Astronomers have discovered what may be five planets orbiting Tau Ceti, the closest single star beyond ou r s o la r s y stem w hose temperature a n d luminosity nearly m atch the sun's. If the planets are there, one of them is about the right distance from the star to sport mild temperatures, oceans of liquid water, and even life. Don't pack

your bags just yet, though: The discovery still needs to be confirmed. Tau Ceti is only 12 lightyears from Earth, just three times as far as our sun's nearest stellar n eighbor, Alpha Centauri. Tau Ceti resembles the sun so much that a s tronomer F r a nk Drake, who has long sought radio signals from possible extraterrestrial civ i l i zations, made it his first target back in 1960. Unlike most stars, which are faint, cool, and small, Tau Ceti is a bright G-type yellow mainsequence star like the sun, a trait that only one in 25 stars boasts. Moreover, unlike Alpha Centauri, which also harbors a G-type star and even a p l anet, Tau Ceti is single, so there's no second star in the system whose gravity could yank planets away. A stronomer Mi kko Tuomi of the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom and his colleagues analyzed more than 6,000 observations of Tau Ceti from telescopes in Chile, Australia, and Hawaii. As the researchers will report in Astronomy & Astrophysics, slight changes in Tau Ceti's motion through space suggest that the star may be responding to gravitational tugs from five planets that are only about two to seven times as massive as Earth. The scientists suggest one of those planets — dubbed planet e — might be another life-bearing w o rld, e v en though it's about four times as massive as Earth. If you lived there, you'd see a yellow sun in the sky, but your year would last just 168 days. That's because Tau Ceti lies somewhat closer to its star than Venus does to the sun and thus revolves faster than Earth. The fifth and outermost planet, designated Tau Ceti f, completes an orbit every 640 days and is slightly closer to its star than Mars is to the sun.

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jor changes. "Sandy completely flattened this beach," she said, looking around as the survey team took a break at this pristine spot in the national seashore east of Davis Beach, one of the worst hit communities. The beach is now about 8 feet lower, an elevation loss that is typical. The scarped dunes extend as far as the eye can see up

Underwater factors Underwater features just offshore also played a role in determining the storm's impact, increasingor reducingthe wave

energy reaching the island. "The patternofthe response to storms is directly linked to ge-

ology," Hapke said.

In fact, she said, Fire Island is in some ways a creature of offshore conditions that create disparities between the western and eastern halves. Justoffshore nearthe island's midpoint, she said, is a huge delta of rock and sand that washed out of the glaciers thousands

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TODAY'S READ:THE WRONG-WAY CHICAGO RIVER

A two-way highwayfor invasive species Editor's note: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel examined the environmental results of reversing the flow of the Chicago River in an effort to keep pollution out of nearby Lake Michigan. This is part oneofa tw o-part series.Re ad the rest online at bendbulletirL comlextras.

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Today the region is feeling a different kind of desperation. Biologists predict the number of unwanted organisms moving on the Chicago canal will only grow until the water-

way is somehow plugged. And it is much more than a Great Lakes problem because biological pollution travels both directions on t h i s i n vasive

species superhighway. Not only do rapacious Asian carp threaten to unleash havoc on the lakes' multibillion-dollar fishery, but some trouble-

makers such as pipe-clogging zebra and q uagga mussels already have r i dden canal waters in the opposite direction — out of the Great Lakes and into the Mississippi basin. From there they have hitched rides on r ecreational boats towed over the Rocky Mountains and now plague irrigation and hydroelectric systems across the West. The cost of these unwanted organisms is hard to comprehend, but it is growing. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service predicts that if the fingernailsized zebra and quagga mussels get into the Northwest's Columbia River hydroelectric dam system, they could do more than a q u arter-billion dollars in damage. Per year. Other noxious invaders are poised to make the same trip. A fish-killing virus now menacing the Great Lakes could

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lakes that Chicagoans opened to the middle of the continent. Pressed by the Asian carp threat to examine the extent of ecological danger posed by the canal, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers last year identified dozens of "high risk" organisms poised to ride its waters into or out of the Great Lakes. Most are species few have ever heard of. The tubificid worm. The testate amoeba. The bloody red shrimp. But how many North Americans heard ofzebra mussels or Asian carp just 25 years ago? The Corps study illuminatwere open to global shipping, ed a startling fact for many. when nobody pondered the While Great Lakes states fretbiological costs of bridging the ting an Asian carp invasion two massive basins. But now have been making the most the threat posed by dozens of noise about the trouble caused unwanted crustaceans, pro- by the Chicago canal, they tozoa, algae, plants, mollusks d on't necessarily have t h e and fish spilling through the most at stake in the matter. breached divide has become The Corps i dentified 29 as clear as a zebra mussel-in- i nvaders set to spill out o f fested lake. the Great Lakes and into the Today the canal is recog- Mississippi basin if a barrier nized by many as one of twin system isn't erected between blunders that destroyed the the watersheds. It also listed e cological isolation o f t h e 10 species — including Asian Great Lakes. The other was carp — poised to invade the construction of a s h i p ping Great Lakes from the Missischannel between the Great sippi basin. "The problem is the people Lakes and Atlantic Ocean. The St. Lawrence Seaway, who live in the Great Lakes which was completed in 1959, region arevery aware of this tamed obstacles such as Ni- issue, but the basin that may agara Falls and the roaring St. have the most to lose, the MisLawrence River with a system sissippi, is the least engaged on of canals, channels and locks this topic," said Notre Dame's to allow deep-draft ocean ves- Annin. sels — and all the biological That i s b eg i n nin g to pollution clinging to their hulls change. and lurking in t heir ballast tanks — to sail into the lakes from ports around the globe. The Great Lakes are now home to 186 non-native species, some of w h ic h h a ve ravaged native fish populations, spawned noxious algae ', I I growth andtriggeredbotulism outbreaks that have killed tens of thousands of birds. Federal regulatorsthis year ordered a multiyear phase-in of ballast water treatment systems on Great Lakes-bound freighters to block new seaway invasions, though many are dubious the regulations are stiff enough to solve the problem. This would be mostly just a Great Lakes dilemma were it not for the back door from the Oreck Magnesium weighs just 7 1/2* pounds! Feels self propelled!

The Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, completed in1900, punched a hole in the continental divide that separated the Mississippi and Great Lakes basins, opening the door for unwanted species to spill between the two massive water systems. While the threat of Asian carp swimming up the canal and into the Great Lakes has grabbed the most attention, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study reveals that the Mississippi basin might actually have the most to gain in a proposal to rebuild the continental divide. The agency has identified 10 species, including two species of Asian carp, that could use the canal to invade the lakes and 29 species that could go the other way — from the lakes into the Mississippi basin.

By Dan Egan CHICAGO — Standing on the banks of the Chicago River, you realize that maybe the best thing about this filthy waterway is that it was reversed over a century ago so it flows away from Lake Michigan instead of into it. Water isn't even the first thing you notice where the river merges with a notoriously fouled little tributary, dubbed Bubbly Creek for the gases still belching from untold tons of cow carcasses dumped into it by the city's old stockyards. Floating on the surface is the crinkly corpse of a pink Mylar balloon that's wrapped itself around a 40-ounce beer bottle. Nearby is a pumpkin stuck in the muck, orbited by an array of tampon applicators and plastic bottle caps. Just below a sewer pipe that excretes a septic stew when big rains hit, a boot floats sole-up next to a tennis shoe; if the pair were a match you'd fret they were attached to feet. Above it all, gleaming in the midafternoon sunlight a few miles to the northeast, are the two white tusks atop the Willis Tower, pinnacle of Chicago's lakeshore skyline. The Chicago River no longer flows that direction, toward Lake Michigan — the city's drinking water source. It instead tumbles into a man-made canal that whisks it across a continental divide, away from the Great Lakes, and into the Mississippi River basin. At least it does for now. Some regional leaders have begun to explore a multibillion-dollar plumbing project to rechannel the Chicago River so it once again does what nature designed it to do — sustain Lake Michigan instead of drain it. The threat of Asian carp swimming up t h e C h icago S anitary an d S h i p C a n al from the M i ssissippi River basin and into Lake Michigan spawned talked of r e -engineering Chicago's waterways several years ago, but today it is more than talk.

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do incalculabledamage were it to slip down the canal and into the South's aquaculture industry. In this sense, the Chicago canal system isn't so much a waterway as it is an open wound. "This is not about Asian carp," said Peter A nnin, a G reat Lakes author who i s managing director of the University of Notre Dame's Environmental Change Initiative. "This is about two artificially connected watersheds that many people a rgue n ever should have been connected." Fixingthe problem would be a massive public works project that would likely cost at least $4 billion and take years to accomplish. But beyond stopping invasive species, it could lead to d r a matic i m provements in water quality and flood control, as well as fuel a navigation boom on Chicago's increasingly neglected canal network. It would require dramatic sewage treatment upgrades for the Chicago region, which is unique among Great Lakes cities in that it still does not disinfect the discharges from its three main sewage treatment plants. But the people behind the study say it can be done. The reason: This is no longer 1900, and it is no longer necessary to protect public health by diluting Chicago's sewage discharges with billions of gallons of Lake Michigan water and flushing it all into the Mississippi basin. Even some of those most opposed to putting barriers in the canal system acknowledge that a river reversal is doable. "Sure it can be done," Del Wilkins, president of Illinois Marine Towing Inc., said on a gray October afternoon while standing in the pilot house of the tugboat Lemont Trader as it rumbled down the canal, about 30 miles downstream from a proposed barrier site. "But at w h a t c o st'?" he asked, as black clouds built in th e w e st. "What's the p rice and what will b e t h e consequences?" The storm clouds burst later that afternoon, dumping nearly a half-inch of rain on Chicago neighborhoods. That storm was followed by a second del-

uge less than a week later that overwhelmed Chicago's sewage treatment system. For the 27th time this year, raw sewage was unleashed into the river and canal system, and it did exactly what the city has wanted it to do for more than 100 years. It became someone else's problem.

On the divide The w o r d s C o n t inental Divide conjure images of a cloud-scraping mountain crest stretching like a spine down the middle of North America that forces raindrops and melted snow to flow one way or the other — down a western slope and out to the Pacific Ocean or down the other side toward the Atlantic. The pink M y la r b a l loon floating near Bubbly Creek would have once faced an equally fateful reckoning on the continent's other great divide, the one that split the Mississippi River basin from the waters of the Great Lakes. Here the divide wasn't a mountain range, or even a perceptible bump in the landscape. It wa s essentially a marsh at the headwaters of a branch of the Chicago River, then a sluggish creek that started several miles southwest of what is now downtown and drifted more than flowed toward Lake Michigan. Because the f i v e G r e at Lakes are actually one giant, slow-motion river flowing east to the St. Lawrence, Chicago River water that historically flowed into Lake Michigan ultimately tumbled over Niagara Falls, down the wild, massive St. Lawrence River and out to the North Atlantic. Water on the other side of that marsh trickled into a river that fed the Gulf of Mexicobound Mississippi River. In big rains, the marsh occasionally, temporarily, turned into a sloshing swamp where water could drift in either direction. Chicago destroyed the natural separation between the basins in the mid-1800s with a relatively crude navigation channel that opened a pathway for goods and people to float between the Great Lakes and Gulf o f M e x ico. That leak in the continental divide turned into a torrent in 1900

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L OS A N GELES — L e t Colorado and Washington be the m arijuana t r a ilblazers. L et them struggle with t h e messy details of what it means to actually legalize the drug. Marijuana is, as a practical matter, already legal in much of California. No matter that its r ecreational use remains technically against the law. Marijuana has, in many parts of this state, become the equivalent of a beer in a paper bag on the streets of Greenwich Village. It is losing whatever stigma it ever had and still has in many parts of the country, including New York City, where the kind of open marijuana use that is common in California would attract the attention of any passing law officer. "It's shocking from my perspectivethe number of people that we all know who are recreational marijuana users," said Gavin Newsom, the lieutenant governor and former mayor of San Francisco. "These are incredibly upstanding citizens: Leaders in ou r c ommunity, and exceptional people. In-

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Audience members pass a joint at West Fest, a concert commemorating Woodstock, in San Francisco. Marijuana in California is losing whatever stigma it ever had and still has in many parts of the country, where the kind of open marijuana use that is common in California would attract the attention of any passing iaw officer.

creasingly people are willing to share how they use it and not be ashamed of it." Marijuana can be smelled in suburban backyards in neighborhoods f ro m H o l l ywood to Topanga Canyon as dusk falls — what in other places is known as the cocktail hour — often wafting in from three sides. In some homes in Beverly Hills and San Francisco, it is offered at the start of a dinner party with the customary ease of a host offering a chilled Bombay Sapphire martini. Lighting up a cigarette (the t obacco kind) can get y o u booted from many venues in this rigorously anti-tobacco state. But no one seemed to mind as m a r ijuana smoke filled the air at an outdoor concert at the Hollywood Bowl in September or even in the much more intimate, enclosed atmosphere of the Troubadour in West Hollywood during a Mountain Goats concert last week.

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people. Increasingly people are willing to share how they use it and not be ashamed ofit." — Gavin Newsom, lieutenant governor of California

interview after her death last year. "I used to bring her pot," he said. "And I wasn't the only one."

said it should be legalized. The poll was taken shortly before Californians voted down, by Smoking in the open a narrow margin, an initiative Arnold S c h warzenegger, to decriminalize marijuana. "In a Republican year, the the former Republican gover- Changed times nor,ticked offthe acceptance When a reporter sought to legalization came within two of open marijuana smoking a scertain whether this w a s points," said Chris Lehane, a in a list of reasons he thought an on-the-record conversa- Democratic consultant who Venice was such a wonderful tion, Maher responded tartly: worked on the campaign in place for his morning bicycle "Where do you think you are? favor of the initiative. He said rides. With so many people This is California in the year that was evidence of the "fact smoking in so many places, 2011." that the public has evolved on he said in an interview earJ ohn B u rton, t h e s t a t e the issue and is ahead of the lier this year, there was no Democratic chairman, said pols." reason to light up one's own he recalled an era when the A study by the California joint. drug was marked by the stig- Office of Traffic Safety last "You just inhale, and you ma of beingcovered by tough month found that motorists live off everyone else," said anti-drug laws. He called the were more likely to be driving Schwarzenegger, who as gov- changes in attitudes toward under the influence of mariernor signed a law decrimi- m arijuana one o f t h e t w o juana than under the influence nalizing possession of small most striking shifts in pubof alcohol. amounts of marijuana. lic attitude he has seen in 40 Still, there are limits. No Some Californians react dis- years here (the other was gay matter how much attitudes dainfully to anyone from out rights). i n C a lifornia m i gh t h a v e "I can remember when your changed, it remains illegal in of state who still harbors illicit associations with th e d r ug. second conviction of having most of the country — as CaliBill Maher, the television host, a single marijuana cigarette fornians have been reminded was speaking about the preva- would get you two-to-20 in by a series of crackdowns by lence of marijuana smoking at San Quentin," he said. the U.S. Justice Department dinner parties hosted by the In a Field Poll of Californians on medical marijuana here. late Sue Mengers, a retired conductedin October 2010, 47 People who use the drug recHollywood agent famous for percent of respondents said r eationally, wh o s ai d t h e y her high-powered gatherings they had smoked marijuana would think nothing of offerof actors and journalists, in an at least once, and 50 percent ing a visitor a joint upon walk-

Thieves with stic fingers pull 18 million syrup heist By Ian Austen New Yorh Times News Service

OTTAWA — It was an inside job of sorts. Thieves with access to a warehouse and a careful plan loaded up trucks and, over time, made off with $18 million of a valuable commodity. The question is what was more unusual: that the commodity in question was maple syrup, or that it came from something called the global strategic maple syrup reserve, run by what amounts to a Canadian cartel. On Tuesday, the police in Quebec arrested three men in connection with the theft from the warehouse, which is southwest of Quebec City. The authorities are searching for five others suspected of being involved, and law enforcement

agencies in other parts of Canada and the United States are trying torecover some of the stolen syrup. Both the size and the international scope of the theft underscore Quebec's outsize position in the maple syrup industry. Depending on the year, the province can produce more t han three quarters of t h e

world's supply.

"It's like OPEC," said Simon Trepanier, acting general manager of the Federation of

Quebec Maple Syrup Producers. "We're not producing all the maple syrup in the world. But by producing 70 to 78 percent, we have the ability to adjust the quantity that is in the marketplace." "In the States you have the strategic oil reserve," Trepa-

nier said, continuing with his petroleum analogy. "Mother Nature is not generous every year, so we have our own global strategic reserve." Trepanier estimates that the reserve now holds 46 million

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ing through the door, declined to be quoted by name, citing the risksto career and professional concerns. That was the case even as they talked about marijuana becoming commonly consumed by professionals and not just, as one person put it, activists and aging hippies. Descriptions of marijuana being offered to arriving guests at parties, as an alternative to a beer, are common.

A cultural presence In places like Venice and B erkeley, m a r i juana h a s been a c u l t ural p r esence, albeit an underground one, since the 1960s. It b e gan moving from the edges after voters approved the legalization of medical marijuana in 1996. That has clearly been a major contributor to the mainstreaming of mar i j u ana. There is no longer any need for distasteful an d l e gally compromising entanglements with old-fashioned drug-dealers, severalmarijuana users said, since it is now possible to obtain it at a medical marijuana shop or from a friend, or a friend of a friend, growing it for ostensibly medical

purposes. That has also meant, several users said, that the quality of marijuana is more reliable and varied, and there are fewer concerns about subsidizing a criminal network. It also means, it seems, prices here are less than they are in many parts of the country. Newsom — who said he does not smoke marijuana himself — said that the ubiquity of the drug had led him to believe that laws against it were counterproductive and archaic. He supports the legalization of the drug, a notable position for a Democrat widely considered one of the leading contenders to be the next governor. "These laws just don't make sense anymore," he said. "It's time for politicians to come out of the closet on this."

AUSTIN, Texas — Protesters sitting in trees or blocking equipment used to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline are learning that environmental ac t i v ism can be a ticket to lengthy jail time in East Texas. Matthew Almonte, Glen Collins and Isabel Brooks landed in jail in Tyler on Dec. 3, charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass, resisting arrest and illegal dumping, following efforts to stop work on the TransCanada pipeline. Each has asked for a reduction in the $65,000bond that must be posted to get out pending trial, without success. Thetrio joined morethan 30 others arrested since October near Tyler and Nacogdoches as they tried to halt work on the $7.6 billion pipeline that would bring p roducts of A l b erta t a r sands to Houston-area refineries. President Obama blocked the northern U.S. leg, citing environmental risks in Nebraska. An updated review of a revised route may be releasedin days. The southern end runs f r o m Ok l a h oma through Texas. "This is the front l i ne where the climate debate comes onto the ground and you can come over and kick it," said Eddie Scher, a Sierra Club spokesman. The Washington-based group calls itself the largest, most effective U.S. environmental advocate. "There isn't an inch of space between us and the blockaders." Dozens of m ostly 2 0something activists have pitched tents on a r anch outside Nacogdoches, a c ity near the site of t he state's first oil w elL The camp provides a staging area for protests,which have included perching in trees on the route and locking people to construction equipment. "Gangs of tree sitters who trespass and defecate on landowners' property don't u n derstand T exas values and culture," Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson said in an October essay on his website, calling the protesters "a bunch of out-of-state, selfappointed eco-anarchists." No state elected officials have lent public support to the protests, which, if successful,may curb the energy boom in Texas, the n ation's biggest oil p r o ducer. Blocking interstate pipelines would t hreaten the economic viability of Houston refineries, which support thousands of jobs, Tom Zabel, a TransCanada lawyer, said in an Oct. 4 court hearing. At least five groups are fighting the Keystone route across their property, while about 95 percent of landowners favor the project for financial reasons, said John Johnson, a rancher

in Douglass who has leased acreage toaccommodate the

pipeline. Pipeline protesters are a small minority and are the type of people who always are unhappy about s omething, Johnson said. " I think t h e pipeline has been fair in it s

dealings." The Keystone project became a causecelebre lastyear among supporters of e n vironmental activists, who say extracting oil from tar sands releasesthree times more carbon dioxide than conventional drilling and worsens global warming. Actress Daryl Hannah was charged with criminal trespass and resisting arrest during an Oct. 4 pipeline protest in Wood County, near Tyler. Hannah, 52, spent less than six hours in jail before being released on $4,500 bond, court records show. Hannah protested in support of Eleanor Fairchild, 78, who was also arrested Oct. 4

on charges of trespassing on land she leases to TransCanada. Fairchild has owned the spread since 1993 with her late husband, Ray, a former senior vice president of international exploration at Hunt Oil, a Dal-

las energy company. TransCanada, which says on its website it expects to win approval for the northern leg early next year, has consistently prevailed in court over opponents to t h e s o uthern section of the 2,151-mile pipeline. Output from Canada's tar sands, currently 1.5 million barrels a day, >s forecast to double by 2020. Keystone will also carrycrude from North Dakota, Oklahoma and Texas. Grace Cagle,22, started organizing the east Texas blockade while studying for a degree in biology at the University of North Texas in Denton. She graduated in May. Cagle spent 16 days in a tree house 80 feet off the ground on property leased to TransCanada. After coming down Oct. 17, she wasarrested on a criminal trespass charge and spent 17 hours in jail before being released on a $1,500 bond. Protesters "are doing this with full knowledge that they are breaking the law," Shawn Howard, a Tr an s Canada spokesman, said. "Their goal is to get publicity or r a i se money." Cagle counts it as a small victory that the stand of trees remain, with at l east three protesters still aloft. The tree blockade is ending while protesters focus on other sections of the pipeline, Seifert said Wednesday in a n e m a iled statement. 5

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action. That includes Mitch McCoContinued from A1 nnell of Kentucky, the Senate All sides expect to return minority leader. Obama will to Washington next week. face continued pressure to "Everybody can cool off; sweeten his budget plan so everybody can drink some McConnell does not put up a eggnog, have some Christ- filibuster fight. m as cookies, sin g s o m e McConnell is a c lose-toChristmas carols, enjoy the the-vest operator eyeing his company of loved ones," the own run for re-election in two president said. "Think about years.Ifa budgetdealcleared the obligations we have to the the Senate, that would prespeople who sent us here." sure Boehner to bring it to a Even this m ore m odest vote — even if most of his Rerequest will likely run into publican colleagues opposed opposition from Republicans it — and allow it to pass with as they weigh whether to Democratic support. T h at seek a betteragreement or would threaten his authorstomach the tax hikes that ity as speaker, which stems, will happen Jan. I, if nothing in p art , f r o m c o n trolling is done. what legislation comes to the The options carry politiHouse floor. cal and practical calculations Boehner dealt himself a for all sides — and could de- blow — an d s t rengthened termine not o nl y w h ether the Democrats' hand — with every American sees a big- his "Plan B," which conserger tax bill, but also whether vatives rejected as a tax inObama's second term will be crease. The proposal would consumed by more chaotic have kept most tax rates the budget debates. same, but allowed the schedAlthough Boehner's stat- uled increase on incomes ure appears diminished by above $1 million to take efhis failure to persuade GOP fect. The rate would have colleagues to support his tax risenfrom 35 percent to 39.6 plan — which would have percent. raised taxes on millionaires Despite the setback, Boeh— Republican support, or at ner reassertedhimself Friday, least acquiescence, will be flanked by his sometime-rirequired for congressional val, House Majority Leader

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Continued from A1 Trade groups for automakers, military contractors, aerospace companies, appliance manufacturers and c l othing companies are fighting behind the scenes in Washington to scrap the rules, postpone when they take effect or rewrite them to allow PBDEs i n c ertain products. Adding another twist to the debate, the Pentagon also is urging the EPA to back off. As part of its "Playing With Fire" series, the Chicago Tribune reported this year that federal officials have allowed generation after g eneration of flame retardants onto the market without thoroughly assessing health risks. The fight about PBDEs highlights how loopholes in federal law, along with opposition from corporations resistant to c hange, make it difficult for the government to ban toxic chemicals even when health effects are well-documented. If adopted, the EPA's proposed rules would be a major step toward eliminating chemicals that doubled in the blood of adults every two to five years between 1970 and 2004 and have shown no signs of declining since then. A typical Ameri-

spending. In negotiations with Boehner, Obama proposed raising taxes only on household income above $400,000, and cutting the inflation adjustment for Social Security and other government benefits. The president had campaigned for r e-election on keepingtax rates the same for the first $250,000 of income for families and $200,000 for individuals, but raising rates on income above that level. He returned to that stance Friday, when he made a pitch to Republicans to help enact a few stopgap measures. His party's left flank is unlikely to cheeranother overture to the GOP. "The slate is clean," AFLCIO President Richard Trumka said in a statement, noting that Obama has "no obligation to radical Republicans."

caused by contaminated batches of a steroid, methylprednisolone acetate, made by the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Mass. The company was shut down and has been under investigation by state and federal authorities, and on Friday night announced that it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The filing seeks to establish a fund to c o mpensate i n dividuals and families affected by the outbreak. So far, 620 people in 19 states have fallen ill, most with meningitis or spinal infections, or both; 39 have died. Infections inside joints have also occurred. Nearly all the illnesses have been caused by a black mold called Exserohilum. The treatment is a long course of antifungal drugs, which can have dangerous side effects. Jona Angst, 45, of Brighton,

Continued from A1 On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Controland Prevention urged doctors to look harder for these infections — to consider MRI scans even in patients who did not feel worse after the injection but whose existing back or neck pain simply did not get better. This advice was more aggressive than previous recommendations, which had called for scans only if patients had new or worsening symptoms. The new message could lead to thousands of additional scans and will almost certainly find new cases. "We know we're not out of the woods," said Dr. Tom Chiller, the deputy chief of the mycotic diseases branch of the CDC. The disease outbreak, first detected in September, was

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Eric Cantor of Virginia, in a public display of solidarity. As for a deal, the speaker said, "How we get there, God only knows." Obama must decide if he is willing to make concessions to Republicans to achieve a broader budget deal. Many Republicans have signaled publicly, and privately, that t hey are w i l l ing t o r a i se taxes as part of a deal to cut

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Mich., did not have meningitis but learned in November from an MRI scan that she had a spinal infection, she said in an interview. She had surgery to clean out the infection and then took two antifungal medicines. The drugs caused liver and kidney problems, and because of potential heart effectsshe had to be on a cardiac monitor. The medicines also touched off vivid, frightening hallucinations. She saw animals and people who were not there, heard voices and came to believe that the nurses were conspiring to kill her. She is back at home now, still taking one of the drugs, voriconazole, which she will need for months. It gives her nausea and vision problems, and saps her energy. Sometimes her husband finds her weeping, from illness, exhaustion and fear, he said. They do not know

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if or when the infection will go away. Her back pain seems to be returning. "I have no clue what's going to happen," Angst said. "I'm scared to death." Harold Rye, 73, a retired autoworker in Maybee, Mich., had meningitis and then a spinal infection. He was hospitalized twice, for a total of 43 days, and needed two operations. Before the illness he was strong and active, a gardener and deer hunter. Now, he said in an interview, "I'm so weak I can't walk through the house without stumbling." Blurred vision, from voriconazole, keeps him from driving, and he thinks the drug is causing mental confusion, too. There seems to be no end in sight. "They can'tgive me a clean bill of health," he said. Both Angst and Rye have

can baby is born with the highest recordedconcentrations of PBDEs among infants in the world. People ingest PBDEs which have been widely used in furniture, electronics, textiles and plastics — after the chemicalsescape from products and contaminate dust. Levels are especially high among breastfeeding infants an d y o ung children who play on the floor and often put things into their mouths. Under the proposed rules, companies would be required to inform the EPA before making or importing new products containing PBDEs. Any firm that wants to use the flame retardants after December 2013 would first need to conduct extensive testing to prove its products are safe. The threelargest manufacturers of PBDEs — Albemarle Corp., Chemtura Corp. and ICL Industrial Products — have j oined e n v ironmental a n d

smaller environmental footprints," David Clary, the chemical company's chief sustainability officer, wrote in a letter to the EPA. Most of the opposition is focused on a PBDE known as deca, which is added to plastic enclosures in televisions, computers and other electronics, airplane and automobile interiors and parts, wire insulation and fire-resistant clothing. Companies that use it have known since 2009 that Albemarle, Chemtura and ICL had pledged to stop making deca for most products at the end of 2012, and for military and transportation uses by the end of 2013. Chemical-makers a l r eady are marketing alternatives. But in comments filed in the EPA's r ule-making d o cket, t r a de groups for several industries say they need more time to find acceptable replacements for deca. The EPA said it is reviewing health groups in pushing for publiccomments before decidthe rules. Now that the compa- ing whatto do next.The agency nies have agreed to stop mak- declined to make anyone availing the chemicals, they say they able to answer questions about want to prevent competitors the proposedrules,butin a prefrom undermining the market pared statement said it targeted for newer flame retardants. products made with PBDEs be"Albemarle is committed to cause they are by far the chief delivering safe and effective way that people are exposed to products w it h i n c reasingly the chemicals.

hired lawyers to sue New England Compounding. "I want somebody to go to jail for this, but I don't think it's going to happen," Angst said. In shaping its new advice on MRI scans, the CDC relied heavily on data from Michigan, which has had 223 people with meningitis or infections in their spines or joints — more than a third of the nation's cases. No state has been hit harder, and no hospital has treated more patients than St. Joseph Mercy, which has had 53 cases of meningitis and more than 100 spinal infections. Although the infections can cause severe pain, they can also lurk in the spinal area and produce few or no symptoms, the scans revealed. They can take months to become apparent. Often an initial MRI is negative, and later ones positive. A significant number of

the scans are equivocal, and the doctors generally wait and repeat them, to avoid using the toxicdrugs unless they are really needed. In many cases, patients cannot distinguish pain that might be due toan abscess from the chronic pain that drove them to seek steroid shots in the first place. But whether the infections cause pain or not, they should be treated with drugs

and possibly surgery, doctors say. Untreated, the infections can damage nerves and bone, and the fungus might even eat its way through the protective membranes around the spinal column, invade the brain and cause meningitis. "Everyone would advocate early treatment," Chiller said. "No one would want to just let it sit. It wouldn't go away on its own. You need to do something."

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I n S easide H e ights, a t the heart of the New Jersey Shore, the log flume at Casino Pier hangs at the edge of broken boards. The Wild Mouse ride is being dismantled. The Jet Star roller coaster, ripped from itsbase when Hurricane Sandy struck, still sits in the ocean. While many people count t he s h opping d a y s u n t i l Christmas, on th e b attered Jersey Shore it's the days until beach season that really matter. Seven weeks after Sandy struck and less than six months before Memorial Day, boardwalk o p erators, merchants and mayors are seeking answers to even the most b asic questions: What w a s broken, what will i t cost to fix and, perhaps most importantly, how much can be done before beachgoers return?

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a hunch, and once I got the water out, and got rid of all the garbage underneath, it returned to its shape. It was a miracle." He estimated u n insured costs of a bout $ 5 m i l l ion, which will be paid for with a small increase in admission prices,said Gehlhaus, whose family has been involved in the park since 1904. Tourism statewide generated $38 billion in spending last year, close to the 2007 peak, according to a s t udy d one for the New Jersey Amusem ent Association, a t r a d e group that includes most of the boardwalk a t t ractions. The industry employs 312,000

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under the same gun," said William Akers, mayor of Seaside Heights, where Casino Pier remains without electricity. "We all have that same deadline. Our tourist season is short to begin with, and we need to be open." Shore t o u r is m i s th e backbone of N e w J e rsey's $38 billion leisure and hospitality industry, the third-biggest source of p r i vate-sector jobs in the Garden State a nd an essential part of it s soul. The shore's economy is a complex system of rides, b oardwalks, b e aches, a r cades, bars, restaurants and lodgings. Take o n e p i e ce away and every other piece is diminished. Seaside Heights and neighboring Seaside Park, on a barrier island that draws more than a million visitors each year, suffered some of the most visible damage to their summer attractions. For Gov. Chris Christie, th e t o w ns' boardwalks were "the Jersey Shore of my youth," where he now brings his own children, he said on CNN the day after the Oct. 29 superstorm. About half of Casino Pier, home to the Jet Star roller coaster, needs to be replaced. Half a mile to the south, most of FunTown Pier in Seaside Park was destroyed. While its Ferris wheel remains standing, the base is warped and tilted. Last week, torn planks from the boardwalk sat in a pile on the sand, like an unlit bonfire. The cost to restore Casino Pier will be in the "tens of millions" of dollars, said Ken Taylor, chief financial officer of Jenkinson's South Inc., which manages the pier'sfinances. The Jet Star was its biggest money-maker, he said. "If you ordered a roller coaster like that now, it would take two years to build," Taylor said. It will be almost another month before the Storino family, which owns Casino Pier, completes a study of how best to rebuild and gets a sense of the cost, Taylor said. For now, the focus is on clearing damaged rides and securing the portion of the pier that's

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Tracks of a roller coaster destroyed by Hurricane Sandy sit in the sand at an amusement park in Keansburg, N.J. The leisure and hospitality industry is the state's third-biggest employer and pays $9.6 billion in wages.

wages, the study showed. Including jobs indirectly related to tourist spending, the number rises to 486,000, almost 10 percent of New Jersey's total employment. The leisure and hospitality industry is the state's third-

biggest employer, behind domain, and the amusements were replaced by Pier Village, an upscale resort and shop-

Keansburg Amusement Parkwas devastated during Sandy when a protective berm was breached, sending water and sand surging onto the property.

was devastated during Sandy when a protective berm was breached, sending water and ping area. sand surging onto the property, said Hank Gehlhaus, presiSuccessstories dent of Jersey Shore Beach Elsewhere on t h e s h ore, and Boardwalk, the operator. there are "alotof good suc- A photograph of it s i ndoor cess stories," said Robert Hilcarousel — mired in debris, ton, executive director of the with horses askew — was sent Jersey Shore Convention and around the world and became Visitors Bureau. one of the storm's signature One is Keansburg, about 40 images. miles north of Seaside Heights S till, G ehlhaus said h e and home to the state's oldest expects the park to be fully beachfront amusement area. operational when beach seaKeansburg Amusement Park son starts — i n cluding the

t rade, t r a nsportation a n d utilities, and professional and business services, a ccording to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. "The numbers speak volumes about the importance of our effort to rebuild," said K imberle S a m arelli, the amusement association's executive director. "The amusement industry is generational, both the customers and the operators. Grandpa did it, we did it, and our kids did and our grandchildren too. We can't afford to lose that." SelfReferrals Welcome

homes. The question is whether our patrons will be able to come back to Seaside." Seaside Heights i s s eeking bids to replace its stormwracked boardwalk, and "we expect to have a crew on the ground" by the first week in January, with completion by Memorial Day, which next year falls on May 27, Akers said. The town, whose typical budget is about $12 million,

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propriation of $14.7 million, the mayor said. In Seaside Park, M ayor R obert Matthies said he i s w aiting t o h e a r w h a t t h e owner of FunTown Pier, the town's No. I taxpayer, intends to do. Owner William Majors, who operates a construction c ompany i n n e a rby T o m s River, didn't return telephone calls seeking comment on his plans. In 2006,Majors considered replacing the 83-year-old pier with condominiums. "Amusements are not profitable anym ore," Carmen R i cci, h i s consultant at the time, told the borough council, according to the Ocean County Observer newspaper. The plan to build 105 three-story units was criticized and Majors abandoned it, Matthies said. "The pier has been a good salvageable. The New York-based engi- neighbor," Matthies said. "Reneeringfirm Mueser Rutledge building the pier is vital to the is conducting the study, which economic balance sheet of the i nvolves using s o nar a n d borough." scuba divers to examine the Akers said he's concerned pier's pilings and the stranded about FunTown Pier's future coaster. Work has proceeded because it's on the border with slowly because of the blackout Seaside Heights. Businesses and a curfew that limited ac- along his town's boardwalk cess tothe barrier island after depend on the pier to draw in 3 p.m. The curfew was moved customers, he said. "I know they have a good to 4 p.m. on Dec. 6, according to the mayor. owner," Akers said. "I don't While restoring the pier's know what his situation is, but upper section, closest to the I haven't heard as many posiocean, is "out of the question" tive comments on or informafor next year, "we're hope- tion in general about what's ful of h a ving a f u n ctional going to happen down there. That's going to reflect on the lower pier with a number of rides on it for the summer," businesses around them that Taylor said. "We have to be have signed these long-term optimistic." leases based on FunTown Pier O pening about 15 of t h e being there." normal 35 rides should proInsurance uncertainties d uce just short of h al f t h e pier's typical summer revenue Operators also are waiting — enough to survive, he said. to find out how much of their repairs will b e c overed by The other side of rebuilding insurance. "There will be a lot of monReopening is only part of the battle. ey coming in from the insur"The real question is when ance industry," said Howard the surrounding area is go- Mills, chief adviser of Deloitte ing to be completed — all the LLP's i n s urance p r a ctice. devastation around us," Tay- "But that does not necessarlor said. "We depend on peo- ily mean they can restart the ple who come down to rent rebuilding process right away,

because there will be a lot of planning that will have to happen beforehand." Taylor said he expects most if not all of the bill for Casino Pier to be covered by its insurer, Munich-based Allianz SE. One hitch may be if the government requires that the pier be reconstructed using material stronger than wood, such as concrete, which would add to costs, he said. Jacqueline Maher, an Allianz spokeswoman, said information on clients' coverage is confidential. Insurance isan issue forthe entire Jersey Shore, not just the hardest-hit towns. With Sandy's floodwaters invading places they'd never gone before, operators — almost exclusively small, family-owned companies — are bracing for a jump in premiums that may make it tougher for them to stay in business. "If you have losses your premiums go up, and at some point they override the net income and you have to decide whether or not it's worth going forward," said Joe Addison, chief executive officer of Aon Risk Solutions Global Entertainment Group, which brokers policiesfor amusement companies. "These guys on the shore are going to have the same challenge." Anthony Catanoso, owner of Atlantic City's Steel Pier, said a premium increase of 50 percent to 10 0 p ercent "wouldn't be outrageous after a disaster like this." T hat m i gh t c o m e e v e n though his p r operty, made of steel-reinforced concrete strong enough to support a 20-story hotel, escaped Sandy with only minor damage. Insurance, he said, is his biggest cost after payroll and accounts for about 15 percent to 20 percent of expenses. Insufficient coverage was one reason the wooden pier in Long Branch and its popular Haunted Mansion attraction were never restored after a fire in 1987, according to its owner. "I had a $2 million blanket policy," Pat Cicalese said. "I never thought everything would burn at one time." It took 10 y ears t o s o rt through his debts and lawsuits before he was in a position to rebuild, he said. When he went to city planners with a proposal for an oceanfront water park, they had another idea. Cicalese said he lost the property t h r ough e m i nent

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Partisan differences in gunownership Rates of gun ownership among those identifying as Republican have stayed relatively steady for the past two

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surpassing November 2011 numbers by nearly 40 percent. Continued from A1 Jefferson County Sheriff An employee from L ost Jim Adkins said he usually Creek Armory in Bend, could issues 30 concealed weapons not comment Friday afternoon permits a month, but has al— Randy Stormberg, owner, ready issued 40. because he had 12 customers "Every time there's an inwaiting at the counter. Bend Pawn & Trading Corp. Cash Connection, a Bend cident,people get concerned pawn shop o n N o r t heast and thencome in and update, Fifth Street, and Bend Pawn its guns from its store clos- renew or gettheir concealed 8 Trading Corp., both experi- est to Newtovm, according to weapons permits," A d kins enced arecent rise in firearm reports. sald. sales. Local stores aren't the only Myers said the sales inRandy Stormberg, owner of ones experiencing the rush. crease has been a gradual Bend Pawn 8c Trading Corp. Online firearm and acces- buildup, but the Connecticut on U.S. Highway 97, said he sory retailers are also experi- shooting caused an additional saw an upswingin people buy- encing a boost in sales. More surge. ing firearms because of the than 90 percent of Palmetto A week or two before the supposed end of the world and State Armory's ammunition Nov. 6 election, he said, sales the possible ban. The number used in AR-15s was out of escalated. Once Obama won of AR-15s and AK-47s on his stock, according to its website the presidency, sales went shelf has dwindled to about Friday afternoon. Two other through the roof. "But then with the tragic one, he said. online retailers, 44mag.com "If somebody is told they and Brownells.com, were sold shooting, and it's not what we can't have something, it puts out of more than 70 percent of want sales based on, (sales) in a fear," he said. "But every- their AR-15 magazines. hit critical mass, based on the body is still very concerned Bill Brassard, director of rhetoric now from Washingabout what happened with the communications for the ¹ ton, D.C.," he said. children and that overrides tional Shooting Sports FounIf the ban is successful, Myeverything." dation, said gun sales are high ers said it could mean thouOut of respect for the kill- throughout the country. sands of jobs are on the line. "There's a lot of people in ing Dec. 14 of 20 first-grade December statistics are not schoolchildren in Newtown, available, but the number of the country involved in the Conn., Stormberg said some background checks reported firearm industry," he said. stores are pulling certain guns by the November 2012 NSSF- "We're just a small mom-andoff their shelves. adjusted N ational I n stant pop store, but when you look This week, Dick's Sport- Criminal Background Check at the big companies, we're ing Goods stopped the sale of System broke therecord for talking thousands of people." — Reporter: 541-617-7818, certain semi-automatic rifles the most background checks from its stores and pulled all conducted in a single month, rrees@bendbulletin.com

Merkley also said the coun- duct background checks at gun try needs to improve the way it shows and creates a voluntary Continued from A1 treats the mentally ill. processfor unlicensed sell ers "I have heard way too many to request the state police to do But on Friday, National Rifle Association Executive V i ce stories about families terrified a criminalbackground check, President Wayne LaPierre for the safety of a mentally ill the Center notes that Oregon maintained that guns are not family member, for their own does not prohibit possession of the problem, saying that the safety,or for the safety of oth- assault weapons, .50-caliber only thing that stops a bad guy ers who might be in the wrong rifles or high-capacity magawith a gun is a good guy with place at the wrong time," he zines; limit the number of guns a gun. He called for Congress said. "We can't say we're hon- that can be bought at one time; to fund armed guards in every estly doing the most we can to or impose a waiting period durschool in America. protect our communities when ing gun sales. "The truth is that our society we use jails as the de facto Nearly two in f ive Oregois populated by an unknown mental health system." nians, or 39.8 percent, live in number of genuine monsters, a household with at least one people that are so deranged, Underlying issues gun, according to a 2001 survey so evil, so possessed by voices Rep. Greg Walden, R-Hood by the Behavioral Risk Factor and driven by demons, that no River, said that while he is open Surveillance System. The nasane person can ever possibly to a conversation about rein- tional average was 31.7 percent. — Reporter: 202-662-7456, comprehend them," he said. stating the 1994 ban on assault "How many more copycats are weapons that lapsed in 2004, aclevengerCebendbulletin.com waiting in the wings for their he thinks congressional action moment of fame from a nation- may not be the answer. "Solutions will c ome p r ial media machine that rewards them with wall-to-wall atten- marily from within families, tion and a sense of identity communities and states," he that they crave, while provok- said. "Our first focus should be ing others to try to make their on the underlying issues that mark'?" cause these acts, especially The tragedy in Newtown, mental illness." in which 20-year-old Adam Walden said that as a state Lanza reportedly used a Bush- legislator, he supported meamaster .223-caliber rifle to kill sures that protected citizens by 20 children and six adult staff making it illegal for the menmembers as well as his moth- tally ill and criminals to own er, happened only days after guns. a shooting at the Clackamas Asked what, if any, legislaTown Center mall. In the Ore- tive action Congress should gon shooting,22-year-old Jacob take, Walden said he would Tyler Roberts allegedly used listen to the recommendations an AR-15 rifle to kill two and made by the panel convened by wound another. Both shooters President Obama and overseen killed themselves before they by Vice President Joe Biden. could be apprehended. Obama instructed the group to make policyrecommendations Mental illness in January. "In the coming days and For Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., the possibility that mental ill- weeks, many proposals reness may have played a role in garding gun violence will be the shootings hit close to home, introduced," Walden said. "I as his late brother, Jeff, suffered expect Congress will look at all from mental illness. factors in an effort to find solu"My family and I were con- tions, including mental health stantly aware of the potential and the portrayal of extreme for violence, both against him- violence in video games and self and others that his condi- movies." tion presented," Wyden said The NRA's LaPierre echoed this week. The country needs a Walden's reference to violent Find the perfect gift for everyone on your list! comprehensive way to identify, video games on Friday, saying diagnose, treat and assist the the media was doing its best to Bendrf'tMt. Bachelor mentally ill, he said. Addition- conceal this "dirty little secret." Logo-Wear and Gif'ts "There exists in this country, ally, support must be available for the Entire Family! for family members, friends, sadly, a callous, corrupt and teachers and others, "including corrupting shadow industry gun sellers and range owners," that sells and stows violence Bend Silipints who may sense something is against its own people," he Stickers,Mugs,and more amiss and that an individual sard. Cashmere Scarves50%OFF,' might need professional help,

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place to keep guns away from dangerous individuals, he said. Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., said the shootings raise questions "about what kind of weapons and ammunition are available, how they are acquired, the standards we ought to have in place for buying guns and how to make sure those standards are met."

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In the letter-grade evaluations of lawmakers handed out by the NRA, Walden earned an A, while Wyden and Merkley both earned an F. According to the nonprofit, nonpartisan Sunlight Foundation, which promotes greater transparency in government, 51 percent of the members of the incoming Congress have accepted contributions from the NRA's political action committee at some point in their political careers. The NRA's political action committee contributed to the most recent race of 47percent of members, according to the Sunlight Foundation's analysis. Walden received $3,000 during the 2012 campaign, and $35,250 over his career. Going back to 1990, the NRA has not contributed to either Wyden or Merkley's campaigns, according to the Sunlight Foundation. The Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence ranked Oregon 18th in the nation for its gun control laws. While state law requires unlicensed sellers to con-

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Gilchrist-area crash kills 1 A La Pinewoman was killed andsevenpeople injured in atraffic crash

on U.S. Highway 97near Gilchrist Thursday night.

Oregon StatePolice said Marie C.Velasco, 39, of San Diego, lost

control of her car onan icy section of highway while driving south at around 7:30 p.m.

Velasco's vehicle crossed into the northbound lane, where it struck a car

Ben o ens u s ace or s e ter Bulletin staff report The city of Bend declared a weather emergency Tuesday, a routine step the city takes each year in order to open up space for the homeless in the event of cold weather. The practice is 3 years old, said city Fire Marshal Larry Medina. The official declara-

tion signals pre-approved churches that may open their doors to the homeless for one-night stays under certain

conditions. The declaration takes effect when overnight temperatures dip below 25 degrees, or the local shelters, particularly Bethlehem Inn, reach capacity. The declaration remains in effect until Feb. 28, 2013. "It creates a seamless process to help those that want to help others," Medina said Thursday. Typically, the fire department inspects a place like

Nativity Lutheran Church, 60850 Brosterhous Road, to ensure it ha s sprinklers and smoke detectors, and otherwise meets basic building safety requirements, he said. Once the declaration is made, the church is allowed to accept homelessguests in need of shelter. "We don't have a lot of room, we have a fellowship hall," said church member Frank Barney. "We can prob-

ably house 30-35 people." Nativity Lutheran is one of several churches that banded together several years ago to find room for those living rough and in the cold. One, Foundry Church, formerly First Baptist, 60 N.W. Oregon Ave., wanted to provide space but because it lacked sprinklers, donates its members' time, instead, said worship pastor Mark Sue. SeeShelter/B5

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dictment in the next few weeks. Saub declined to comment. According to a search warrant affidavit, Oregon State Police began investigating Saub after getting word from the Oregon Department of Human Services that several people had forged paychecks from Home Heating & Cooling, a Bend company. The three checks, cashed at Walmarts in Bend and Redmond on Sept. 26 and 27, were made out to and cashed bythree different people and were each for more than $1 000. They used DHS routing numbers. When DHS determined the checks were fraudulent, it did not authorize U.S. Bank to pay Walmart for the transactions. A Home Heating & Cooling employee told police the checks had not been signed by anyone at the company,

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Well shot! reader PhotOS • We want to see your best photos capturing

fun in sno-parks for another special version of Well shot! that will run in the Outdoors

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Correction In a story headlined "Weather forecast advocates cautious travel,"

which appeared Friday, Dec. 21, on Page B1, the day a storm brought

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Men face chargesin fake check scam An Oregon City man has been charged with eight counts of first-degree theft and nine counts of identity theft, after he allegedly created fake paychecks for local businesses and had area residents cash them in exchange for cigarettes, methamphetamine and small amounts of cash. Eric Saub, 26, who also goes by Rambo, was arraigned on information Wednesday and conditionally released, according to Deschutes County deputy district attorney Brigid Turner. Turner said Saub

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direct deposit, and the three people on the checks had never worked for the company. Home Heating & Cooling co-owner Cecilia Secor called the whole thing a non-event. "They just took a business name and made fake checks and that was it, and our name got picked," she said. "We use direct deposit, so that was their first mistake." While investigating the fraudulent checks from Home Heating & Cooling, Oregon State Police learned that four similar checks had been cashed at area Walmarts on Sept. 30 from R&H Construction. SeeScam/B5

Gun purchaseendswith wound Bulletin staff report A 28-year-old man from La Pine violated at least two of the four tenets of safe gun ownership when he shot himself in the palm Dec. 11, according to a Bend police sergeant. No. 1: "Treat all guns as if they're loaded," said Sgt. Todd Fletcher. No. 2: "Keep your finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard until you're on target and have made a conscious decision to shoot." The shooter, unidentified by police, who say he committed no crime that morning in the Fred Meyerstore parking lot in Bend, had just purchased a .22-caliber Magnum North American derringer. "He walked out to his truck, was sitting in his truck loading the firearm he had just purchased, had it pointing at his hand," Fletcher said. The pistol fired. The man re-

turned to Fred Meyer, 61535 S. Highway 97, for first aid before he was treated at St. Charles Bend, the sergeant said. Accidental gunshot injuries rank relatively low nationwide as a reason to visit the emergency room,according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control. It doesn't even make the top 10 leading causes of nonfatal injuries treated in

emergency rooms. "Unintentional firearm" injuries, however, were the 10th leading cause of accidental death for children age 10-14 years in 2010, the latest data available. Twenty-six died that year of accidental gunshot wounds. By comparison, 3,889

young people age 15-24 years old died of homicide by firearm the same year. In Central Oregon between December 2011 and November

2012, St. Charles treated 20 people for gunshot wounds: 15 in Bend, four in Redmond and one in Prineville. "These figures include gunshot wounds inflicted accidentally, purposefully, and self-inflicted," St. Charles spokeswoman Lisa Goodman stated by email. "Obey the four cardinal rulesoffirearm safety,and you're always gonna be safe," Fletcher said. In addition to the two above: Never point a firearm at anything you're not willing to kill or destroy and be aware of your target backstop and what lies beyond, he said. "If you do have an accidental discharge but the gun is pointed in a safe direction, all it is, is a loud mistake," Fletcher said. He recommended taking a course in safe firearm handling from a qualified instructor.

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Port vote on 'final' offer likely to end with disruption of grainshipments ous," said Jennifer Sargent, a The Associated Press spokeswoman for the InternaPORTLAND — M e mbers tional Longshore and Wareof the longshore union are house Union. voting on what Pacific NorthThe union negotiating comwest grainshippers describe mittee has recommended that as their "last, best and final" m embers vote "no" o n t h e contract offer. The proposal is proposal. The last contract exexpected to be rejected, setting pired Sept. 30. the table for port disruptions More than a quarter of all that could slow the shipment U.S. grain exports and nearly of wheat, corn and soybeans half of U .S. wheat exports to Asia. move through grain terminals The ballots are being cast on the Willamette River and through today at union dis- Puget Sound. The dispute inpatch halls in Portland and Se- volves six of those terminals attle, Tacoma and Vancouver, that operate under a single colWash. The union will release lective bargaining agreement the results by noon on Dec. 24. with the ILWU. "The vote is in the hands of Salary and benefits have not nearly 3,000 men and women been the holdup during talks. who have made these eleva- Rather, the owners want to imtors successful by working in plement workplace rules they conditions that are not only consider more advantageous. strenuous, but also hazardThe other Northwest grain By Steven DuBois

t erminals — b a sed i n t h e Washington cities of Longview and Kalama — operate under separate agreements with the ILWU. Representatives from the six terminals involved in this negotiation say they are at a competitive disadvantage because the longshoremen at their facilities have more favorable rules than those in Kalama and Longview. The contract offer, as first reported by The Oregonian, would take away some perks and grievance procedures. Other concessions include letting employers go to court to end work stoppages immediately and allowing supervisors to perform work during health-and-safety d i s putes, or if th e u nion hi ring hall can't supply enough qualified grain handlers.

"The current N o r thwest Grainhandler's A g r e ement has been productive for several decades, but the multin ational employer came to negotiations demanding more than 750concessions from local workers," Sargent said in a statement. Pat McCormick, a spokesman for the terminal owners, declined to say Friday what action the owners will take if the union rejects the offer. The Coast Guard expects longshoremen would protest in boats on the Columbia and Willamette rivers if a lockout occurs. The agency has established a safety zone, effective through Jan. 16, around all inbound an d o u tbound grain-shipment vessels at the Columbia Grain and United Grain terminals.

AROUND THE STATE 500 at mall shooting victim's memorial —Acrowdof nearly 500 gathered to honor one of two people gunned down Dec. 11 at

an Oregon shopping mall, sharing memories of awomandescribed as both "the original neighborhood hippie mom" and a compassionate hospice nurse. Chaplain Tom Nolen worked with 54-year-old

Cindy Yuille at Kaiser Permanente. He told the crowd at Friday's memorial that the day was "all about Cindy" and not about "the sorry state of our world, where innocent people are victims of violence and

terrorism." Yuille's daughter JennaPassalacquadescribed her asa "hippie mom" who raised Jenna and her step-brother to respect the Earth and be kind and accepting of others. Other speakers talked

about her love of the outdoors andanimals. Yuille andSteve Forsyth were fatally shot at the Clackamas Town Center before the shooter killed himself. A15-year-old girl was seriously wounded. Kristina

Shevchenko wasreleased from aPortland hospital this week.

Death row reprieve unconditional, governorsays

— Gov. John Kitzhaber hastold the Oregon SupremeCourt that he has the power to grant an unconditional reprieve to death row inmate Gary Haugen, which is effective even if Haugen rejects it. In his brief,

the governor is responding to aMarion County Circuit Court judge's ruling that Haugen could reject the reprieve and move forward in his efforts to die by lethal injection. The Oregonian says Kitzhaber

asserts that"Kings, presidents andgovernors have long possessed the power to grant individuals clemency" and an inmate can't force his government to execute him. Oral arguments are set for March14.

Haugen hasvoluntarily waived his appeals andsought execution. NO Crab fOr GhriStmaS —No onelaments the delay of the crabbing season more than the fresh fish markets in Charleston. "That revenue is just gone," said Matt Ledoux, the owner of the Fishermen's Wharf on D-Dock. "You're talking all the Christmas parties, the

Christmas fundraisers. Weseea lot of people coming in to visit and on vacation, and they're not able to get their crab. Typically this is our

busiest month for shipping (crab). It is a hugehit all the wayaround." TheOregonDungenesscrabseason,whichnormallybeginsDec.

Occupyprotester found guilty of failing to obeypolice

1, is delayed until Dec. 31 this year. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists determined the crab did not have sufficient meat

content to meet market standards. The Associated Press PORTLAND — A 22-yearold protester who was pho-

The Oregonian reports that lice orders on Nov. 17, 2011, to Multnomah County C i rcuit move out of a street and move Judge Cheryl Albrecht fined down a sidewalk and away tographed taking a pepper Elizabeth Nichols $260 on from a bank. spray blast to the face during Thursday. Nichols' l a w yer Nichols' lawyer, Kenneth an Occupy Portland demon- says that's the minimum the Kreuscher, says h e h a sn't stration last year has been law allows for the non-crimi- yet decided whether to apfound guilty on two counts of nal citations. peal the judge's ruling, but failing to obey police. The incidents involved poan excessive force lawsuit

that Nichols filed against the city will go forward. Nichols and her attorney are seeking $155,000.

Fire burns $1M iu hay —Firefighters say a blazethat started with one bale hasdestroyed nearly $1million worth of hay at an Eastern Oregon business. Hermiston Battalion Chief Dale Ternes says the hay,

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ports that a dark plume from the fire Thursday afternoon at Pacific Ag Solutions was visible for miles. It's expected to smolder for days. — From wire reports

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E VENT TODAY INDOOR SWAP MEET: Featuring70 local vendors, with new and used items, antique collectibles, crafts and more; free admission; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; 694 S.E. Third St., Bend; 541317-4847. THE TRAIN MAN:Watch Michael Lavrich's extensive collection of toy trains running on a track and ask questions; free; 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-6177050 or www.deschuteslibrary .org/calendar. GRIMES CHRISTMAS SCENE: A display of lighted and mechanical Christmas decorations; open through Dec. 24; free; 1-7 p.m.; Crook County Fairgrounds, 1280 S. Main St., Prineville; 541-447-5006 or grimes©crestviewcable.com. "THE SANTALANDDIARIES": A presentation of the humorous story of David Sedaris' stint as a Christmas elf in Macy's; $12; 3 and 8 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or www.2ndstreettheater.com. JAZZ AT THE OXFORD: Featuring "Patrick Lamb's Holiday Soul"; SOLD OUT; 5and 8 p.m.; The Oxford Hotel, 10 N.W. Minnesota Ave., Bend; 541-382-8436 or www .jazzattheoxford.com. "A CHRISTMASCAROL":Cascades Theatrical Company presents an adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic holiday tale; $24, $14 students and children, plus fees; 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www .towertheatre.org. HOLIDAYBREWGRASS JAMBOREE:Featuring the Bond St. Bluegrass Allstars, Blackstrap, the Bend Uke Group, Greg Botsford, Wild Rye and The Prairie Rockets; proceeds benefit the Bethlehem Inn; $7; 7:30 p.m.; Silver Moon Brewing & Taproom, 24 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend;541-388-8331 or www .silvermoonbrewing.com. JAMES HUNNICUTT: The Port Orchard, Wash.-based roots-rock act performs, with Shade13; $5; 8 p.m.; The Horned Hand, 507 N.W. Colorado Ave., Bend; 541-728-0879 or www.reverbnation.com/venue/ thehornedhand. ACES UP: The Washington-based country-rock act performs; free; 9 p.m.; Maverick's Country Bar Il Grill, 20565 Brinson Blvd., Bend; 541-325-1886 or www.mavericks countrybar.com.

SUNDAY THE TRAIN MAN:Watch Michael Lavrich's extensive collection of toy trains running on a track and ask questions; free; 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-6177050 or www.deschuteslibrary .org/calendar. GRIMES CHRISTMAS SCENE: A display of lighted and mechanical Christmas decorations; open

AL E N D A R through Dec. 24; free; 1-7 p.m.; Crook County Fairgrounds,1280 S. Main St., Prineville; 541-447-5006 or grimes@crestviewcable.com. "A CHRISTMASCAROL":Cascades Theatrical Company presents an adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic holidaytale; $24, $14 students and children, plus fees; 2 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www .towertheatre.org. "THE SANTALANDDIARIES": A presentation of the humorous story of David Sedaris' stint as a Christmas elf in Macy's; $12; 3 p.m.; 2nd Street Theater, 220 N.E. Lafayette Ave., Bend; 541-312-9626 or www.2ndstreettheater.com. JAZZ AT THE OXFORD: Featuring "Patrick Lamb's Holiday Soul"; SOLD OUT; 6:30 p.m.;The Oxford Hotel, 10 N.W. Minnesota Ave., Bend; 541-382-8436 or www .jazzattheoxford.com.

MONDAY GRIMES CHRISTMAS SCENE:A display of lighted and mechanical Christmas decorations; open through Dec. 24; free; 1-7 p.m.; Crook County Fairgrounds, 1280 S. Main St., Prineville; 541-4475006 or grimes@crestviewcable .com. COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICE:With food, carols, a choir performance and a performance by Grace Laxson, Jena Rickards and Annie Bethancourt; reservations recommended; $6 plus fees, free for ages11 and under; 3, 5and 7 p.m.; Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www .towertheatre.org. 'TWAS THENIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS:Featuring holiday trivia, caroling and a live reading of the holiday poem; free admission; 7-8 p.m.; Sunriver Resort, 17600 Center Drive; 800-486-8591 or www.sunriver-resort.com.

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WEDNESDAY THE TRAIN MAN:Watch Michael Lavrich's extensive collection of toy trains running on a track and ask questions; free; 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-6 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541617-7050 or www.deschuteslibrary .org/calendar. SURVIVOR:ANIMALS ADAPT!: Learn about animal adaptations to dramatic environmental shifts in the High Desert, featuring live animals; $6 plus museum admission, $4 for members plus museum admission; 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www .highdesertmuseum.org.

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items, antique collectibles, crafts and more; free admission; 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; 694 S.E. Third St., Bend; 541THE TRAIN MAN:Watch Michael 317-4847. Lavrich's extensive collection of toy SURVIVOR:ANIMALS ADAPT!: trains running on a track and ask Learn about animal adaptations to questions; free; 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and dramatic environmental shifts in the 2-6 p.m.; Downtown Bend Public Library, 601 N.W. Wall St.; 541-617- High Desert, featuring live animals; $6 plus museum admission, $4 for 7050 or www.deschuteslibrary members plus museum admission; .org/calendar. 11 a.m. and1:30 p.m.; High Desert SURVIVOR:ANIMALS ADAPT!: Museum,59800 S.IJ.S.Highway 97, Learn about animal adaptations to dramatic environmental shifts in the Bend; 541-382-4754 or www .highdesertmuseum.org. High Desert, featuring live animals; SASSPARILLA:The Portland$6 plus museum admission, $4 for based blues band performs; $7; members plus museum admission; 7 p.m., doors open at 5:30 p.m.; 11 a.m. and1:30 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, The Belfry, 302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-815-9122 or www. Bend; 541-382-4754 or www belfryevents.com. .highdesertmuseum.org. "MADAGASCAR3: EUROPE'S CASH LEVY:CROWD CONTROL: MOST WANTED":A screening Stand-up comedian Cash Levy of the PG-rated 2012 film; free; 2 performs; $14 plus fees; 8 p.m.; p.m.; Jefferson County Library, Tower Theatre, 835 N.W.Wall St., Rodriguez Annex, 134 S.E. ESt., Bend; 541-317-0700 or www Madras; 541-475-3351 or www .towertheatre.org. .jcld.org. DJ T-WRECKS:The Los AngelesMAGIC SHOW:Mr. Magic presents based DJ performs, with DJ Harlo an evening of humor, interaction and and DJ Codi Carroll; free; 9:30 p.m.; magic; $5, free ages12 and younger Astro Lounge, 939 N.W. Bond St., with an adult; 7 p.m.; Sunriver Bend; 541-388-0116. Lodge, North Pole, 17728 Abbot Drive; 800-486-8591 or www .sunrIver-resort.com/traditions. SUNDAY

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FRIDAY SURVIVOR:ANIMALS ADAPT!: Learn about animal adaptations to dramatic environmental shifts in the High Desert, featuring live animals; $6 plus museum admission, $4 for members plus museum admission; 11 a.m. and1:30 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www .highdesertmuseum.org. SCOTT PEMBERTON BAND:The Portland-based rockers perform; free; 7 p.m.; McMenamins Old St. Francis School, 700 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-382-5174 or www .mcmenamins.com. "FLOW STATE":A screening of the Warren Miller film about skiing and snowboarding; $10; 7:30 p.m.; Sunriver Resort, 17600 Center Drive; 800-486-8591 or www .sunriver-resort.com. DJ T-WRECKS: The Los Angelesbased DJ performs, with DJ Harlo and DJ Codi Carroll; free; 9:30 p.m.; Astro Lounge, 939 N.W. Bond St., Bend; 541-388-0116.

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The Bulletin will update items in the Police Log when such a request is received. Any new information, such as the dismissal of charges or acquittal, must be verifiable. For more information, call 541-383-0358. prinevule police Department Theft —A theft was reported at 7:43 a.m. Dec.20, inthe area of Southeast SecondStreet. Unauthorized use— Avehicle was reported stolen at8:14a.m. Dec.20, in the areaof Northwest10th Street. Theft —A theft was reported at 8:42 a.m. Dec.20, inthe area of Southeast GarnerStreet. Unlawful entry — Avehicle was reported enteredanditems stolen at1'I 39a m. Dec.20, inthe area of Northwest Third Street. Vehicle crash — An accident was reported at 6:34 p.m.Dec. 20, inthe area of Northeast Third Street.

Dec. 31 SURVIVOR:ANIMALS ADAPT!: Learn about animal adaptations to dramatic environmental shifts in the High Desert, featuring live animals; $6 plus museum admission, $4 for members plus museum admission; 11 a.m. and1:30 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www .highdesertmuseum.org. ROCKIN' NEWYEAR'S EVE: Featuring cardboard instruments, singing and more; reservations requested; $70; 6:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.; Fort Funnigan, 17600 Center Drive, Sunriver; 800-486-8591 or www.sunriver-resort.com. RISE UPNEWYEAR'S EVEBASH: With performances by Larry 8 His Flask, Possessed byPaul James, Hopeless Jack andTerrible Buttons; $10 in advance, $13 atthe door; 7 p.m.; Century Center, 70 S.W.Century Drive, Bend; www.bendticket.com. MADNESS ATTHE MIDTOWN: With performances by NastyNasty, Samples, Woody McBride, Medium Troy and more; ages 18and over; $20-$25; 8 p.m.; Midtown Ballroom, 51 N.W. Greenwood Ave., Bend; www.slipmatscience.com. MOON MOUNTAINRAMBLERS: The Americana band performs, with Grit & Grizzle; $15; 8 p.m., doors openat6:30 p.m.;The Belfry,302 E. Main Ave., Sisters; 541-815-9122 or www.belfryevents.com.

Dec. 30 SURVIVOR:ANIMALS ADAPT!: Learn about animal adaptations to dramatic environmental shifts in the High Desert, featuring live animals; $6 plus museum admission, $4 for members plus museum admission;11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.; High Desert Museum, 59800 S. U.S. Highway 97, Bend; 541-382-4754 or www .highdesertmuseum.org.

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state spends. And it's going to get m ore expensive. State Supreme Court Justice Paul De Muniz wrote that the state's prison population is expected to grow by another 2,300 beds in 10 years. That growth will cost the state about another $600 million. Can public safety be protected and costs be held down? Gov. John Kitzhaber convened a panel earlier this year to answer that question. The commission released its report this week. The panel didn't agree on everything. It did release recommendations that may be turned into bills for the Legislature to consider in a few weeks. We can'tendorse the proposals without seeing the legislation, but the report offers intriguing solutions, including: • Give judges more discretion to set the sentences for some crimes such as Robbery 2, Assault 2, and Sex Abuse 1. There is a wide variation in the crimes people are convicted of under those sentences and the impact on victims. For example,Robbery 2 can "include everything from two teenagers pushing a man down and stealing his cell phone to a person holding an unloaded gun at someone's head and demanding money."Manda-

tory minimum sentences for such crimes do not give the courts the ability to exercise suitable discretion so the punishment fits the crime and the offender. • The commission recommends a similar increase inthejudicial discretion for some property crimes. • There'sa recommendation to increase the amount of marijuana in possessionor production before it would trigger a prison sentence. This would bring Oregon's sentences in line with federal sentencing. • And under another proposal, inmates could reduce their sentences by doing things like going through schooling, finishing addiction programs and not getting in trouble in prison. Those ideas are not without controversy. They may prioritize state prisons for more violent offenders. But the state's district attorneys are wary of reductions in mandatory sentences. Some legislators may also worry that they will be tagged with a label of being "soft on crime." We hope the Legislature will be smart on crime. Other states have managed to get similar reforms through their Legislatures. Arkansas did it. Georgia did it. Hawaii did it. Kentucky did it. South Carolina did it. Oregon should, too.

Train schedule changes are designed to cut delays ne of life's annoyances in Bend can be trains. Some complain about the horn blasts at night. Some complain about the seemingly interminable waits at a railroad crossing as the train slows or sometimes stops. Trains, of course, can be a very efficient way to move goods and people around. But awakened at night or stuck behind a crossing, that can easily get forgotten. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad is implementing a change for the better. It's changing the schedule for its switching yard south of Reed Market Road. In January, the earliest switching is going to be moved even earlier to create a lower likelihood that it will block peak commuter periods in the morning. The City of Bend's Public Works Department recently set up cam-

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M Nickel's Worth Act now ongun control So this time it was an elementary school in Connecticut. Where will it be next time'? Will it be Juniper Elementary, Cascade Middle School or Redmond High School? Where, when? It will happen again and again until you and I demand an end to this senseless violence in our society. So what can we do to make a difference? First of all, we can let our elected officials know that our vote demands they take a stand on sensible gun control legislation, now! We must let those same legislators know we won't accept budget cuts to those social services that are designed to be supportive to those in need in times of personal crisis, now! We can letour merchants know we won't attend those events that feature senseless violence, or purchase those products that encourage violence. We must let those few producers of TV/cable programs that refrain from senseless violence, and take a responsible position against it, know we support them. We must educate our children that there may be others in their group that are troubled and need their support, and that one act of kindness could change a life. Finally, we adults must show by example in our homes, that violence is not an acceptable solution to any problem. We can make a difference, and we must seize upon this terrible tragedy to salvage something positive out of it. John Godlove Bend

Write to grieving families Trains can bea very efficient way to move

goodsand people around. But awakened at night or stuck behind a crossing, that can easily get

forgotten. eras along Reed Market to measure the length of the delays over a week. There were 73 trains that crossed Reed Market and about 20 of them were during the times when more peopleare outon theroads — 7a.m. to9a.m., 11 a.m.to I p.m., and3p.m. to 5 p.m., according to an article in The Bulletin earlier this week. The average delay for drivers was 3 minutes and the longest delay was 9 minutes. So here's hoping the new train delays will be below that average, thanks to the railroad.

We Bendites arguably live and work in one of the most charming rural and family-oriented communities in America. Newtown, Conn., is known for the same. I am thinking it would be a good gesture, town to town, if we from Bend could send condolences to the families who have lost so much. It

is going to be an unimaginably difficult Christmas for the families of the victims. It is troubling to fathom how difficult it is for these families, as they face the holidays without their loved ones. I think of those presents that have been bought, quite possibly wrapped, but will remain unopened by their intended recipients. As we imagine how it must be for them, our hearts are broken. I find relief by hugging my grandchildren, and count my blessings they are safe in their homes, with their families. Will you join me, my friends and neighbors, in sending a card or letter to these grieving families'? It isn't much, but it's something we together could do, city to city, family to family. Here is the address: Sandy Hook Elementary School, 2 Dickenson Drive, Newtown, CT 06482 Tom HIgnell Bend

made the suggestion is an honorable person and would neither belong to an organization that advocates a total absence of firearm restrictions or accept campaign contributions from such a group. I'm not certain that is the case with some of our other elected representatives. Frank Barnes Bend

Issocietythetrue culprit? We hope we never have to experience what the families in Newtown,

Conn., are going through, nor can most of us truly understand. We will all now start making snap judgments

and pointing fingers, as armchair

quarterbacks are known to do, at who or what to blame. Perhaps we should look in the mirror first. Are we and our society the true culprits, the reasonour children are forced to live with the assault on their innocence and safety every day'? An arguDon't arm teachers ment can be made against the tools of destruction — drugs, alcohol, guns, Dismay is the only word that can knives, even automobiles — but these describe my reaction to the article are just a means, not the cause. We headlined "State lawmaker: Give as a society, a self-destructive speteachersguns," which was recently cies, are doing this to each other. We published in The Bulletin. I am not are desensiti zing ourselves, and our "anti-gun," was a rather avid hunter children, to violence and immorality in my youth, and taught public school by immersing ourselves in the same. for 36years. The thought ofteachers Examine, if you will, what we expose carrying a gun into a classroom is ourselves to every day on television, completely appalling. Teachers are in our music, and at the movies. Have not trained in either marksmanship you truly looked at the video games or police tactics, nor should they be. we are promoting now so prolificalThe safety measures that schools ly? We are glorifying war, violence, currently employ, while obviously greed and a generaldisrespect for not perfect, are still safer than teach- life, property and each other. ers participating in a gun fight with We try to be politically correct and a "shooter" and the children possi- accommodating to everyone'srebly caught in the crossfire. The term quest, but perhaps it is time to stand "shooter," incidentally, was created up for what is right and moral. How in the United States because the inci- would your grandparents feel about dents of mass shootings in our coun- your lifestyle? Don't worry about try have become so tragically com- what they would say; how would they mon place. feel? Taking away a means of comPutting more guns in the hands of mitting an injustice still does not take the general public is not the solution away the cause. to that tragedy. I'm sure Rep. Dennis DavId RomIne Richardson, R-Central Point, who Bend

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after President Obama's election in 2008,when the country had started to in the Electoral College. go down the toilet with Bush, that we As to the statement President Obama should work together to bring us out of hasn't offered a positive view of where the recession as quickly as possible, but we are going, and ran only a negative our No. 1 priority is to make him a onecampaign, apparently he wasn't pay- term president? ing attention during the campaign Then the statement that Republicans when no one could pin Romney down nominated moderate candidates in on any of his views, or proposals. You George HW. Bush, Bob Dole, McCain want a party ofdividers, here are and now Romney'? I don't think Bush Mitch McConnell's quotes, first from Sr. or Dole could be nominated in the October 2010: nMy number one prior- present Republican Party, and McCain ity is making sure President Obama's abandoned most of his moderate views a one-term president. " Later he was immediately after losing the election quoted as saying, "We worked very and had to run for re-election for his hard tokeep our fingerprints offthese Senate seat against a member of the proposals, because we thought — cor- tea party. Romney flip-flopped on alrectly, I think — that the only way the most every view and stand he'd taken American people would know that a as governor and brought onboard Paul great debate was going on was if the Ryan to placate the radical right that's measures were not bipartisan." NOT, steering the Republican ship onto the

rocks. The Republicans want to win by forcing their religious views (no contraception, abortion rights, etc.) along with restricting voting. They want "less governmentn in our lives, unless it's their moral government. Don't blame campaign professionals, they didn't make the 47 percent quote. Lastly, you want to "welcomenew people ofevery race." One-half of my family comes from Mississippi, I recognize racism when I see it or hear it, and so do minorities. Why do you think Republicans were rejected by African-Americans,Hispanics and Asians overwhelmingly this last election? Why were there so few minorities in the crowd views during the Republican campaign? Republicans retained most of the old Confederacy, and this is the "core" you're appealing to. Don't

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BITUARIES DEATH NOTICES Douglas R. Richard Jim Morgan, of Bend May 24, 1952 - Dec. 15, 2012 Arrangements: Autumn Funerals, Bend 541-318-0842 www.autumnfunerals.com Services: A family gathering will be held in Klamath Falls, OR.

Roger E. Broggie, Jr., of La Pine April 12, 1939 - Dec. 11, 2012 Arrangements: Baird Memorial Chapel, La Pine, 541-536-5104 www.bairdmortuaries.com Services: A Memorial Service will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 29, 2012, at the La Pine Grange, located at 51518 Morson Street in LaPine. Refreshments will be served. Contributions may be made to:

Roger's memory to a Scholarship Fund which is being set up for students interested in Mechanical Design.

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McGuire Jan. 25, 1937 - Dec. 4, 2012 Doug passed away Tuesd ay, D e cember 4 , 2 0 1 2 , due to complications from cancer. He was born in Los A ngeles, CA , t o Dw i g h t and V i r g i ni a ( C r o w t her) McGuire. He married Doro thy ' D o t tie' S t a l lings i n Pasadena, CA , J u l y 13 , 1957. Do ug w as a s elf-trained e n g i neer w h o spent the early years of his c areer i n S o u t h ern C a l i fornia. In 1970, he packed u p the f amily an d m o v ed to Santa Barbara where he designed Industrial Encode rs. His b est y e ar s w e r e w ith BE I I n c . , w h er e h e worked w it h a w o n d erful r oup of p eople wh o c o l e ctively built a v e r y s u c cessful business. He had a wonderful retirement party in 2000, where he received his most tr easured gift, a r ide i n a P- 5 1 M u s t a ng Airplane. Tw o y e ars later he and Dottie moved to a new frontier in Central Ore gon where they l i ved on the Deschutes River. Doug e njoyed owning many di f f erent t y p e s of bo at s , b uilding an y t h i n g w i th w ood, owning an d r i d i n g Japanese and German motorcycles, and flying model a irplanes. He w i l l b e r e m embered f o r h i s g r e a t sense of h u m or , h o nesty, and how special he was to his family and friends. D oug is survived by h i s w ife, Dottie o f B e nd , O r e gon; s on , J a m e s S c o tt , d aughter-in-law. Rac h e l , and t h re e g r a n dchildren, Corey, Robin an d K e nton McGuire all of V a n couver W A. D o u g la s w a s p r e c eded in death by h i s b e loved sister, Jacqueline, a victim in the first airplane t hat a t t acked t h e W o r l d Trade C e nter S e p tember 11, 2001. Memorial co n t r i b utions may be m ade to P a rtners In C a re, 2 075 NE W y a t t Court, Bend, OR 97701, or T he Central O r e gon H u m ane Society, 6 1 170 S E 27th, Bend, OR 97702. A utumn F u n erals B e n d was in charge of arrangements. 541-318-0842.

ELSEWHERE Deaths of note from around the world: Larry L. King, 83: Writer whose magazine article about a campaign to close down a popular bordello became a hit musical "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" and a movie. Died Thursday.

Cancer researcherJensen was NobelPrizenominee By Amanda LeeMyers

Ashland OREGON NEWS encourages OSU egins solar project victims to

search, a prize that is considThe Associated Press ered America's Nobel. CINCINNATI — E l w o od Dr. Sohaib Khan, a professor Jensen, an a w a r d-winning of cancer biology at Cincinnati University of Cincinnati pro- and a friend of Jensen's, said fessor nominated for the No- Jensen's greatest disappointbel PeacePrize for work that ment in life was not winning opened the door to advances the Nobel — he even brought in fighting cancer, has died of it up during their last converpneumonia. He was 92. sation about a week before his Jensen died Sunday, the uni- death. "He was talking about how versity announced Thursday. He was nominated multiple fortunate he was to live a life times for the Nobel Prize for like he has," Khan said. "But his discovery ofhormone re- one qualm he had was that he ceptors while at the University did not get the Nobel Prize. He of Chicago in the 1950s and felt pretty strongly that he real1960s. ly deserved it, and most people Back then, Jensen focused in the field think exactly the on the impact breast tissue same way." had on estrogen, whereas most Nobel Prizes are not awardother researchers were look- ed posthumously. ing at how the hormone influKhan called Jensen's work enced tissue. At the time, the "monumental" and described standard treatment for breast the man a s d o wn-to-earth, cancer was to take out the ova- humble, funny an d a l ways ries or adrenal glands, but after ready to tell an old story from creating a way to radioactively his boxing days in college or tag estrogen, Jensen found that when he climbed the 14,690only a third of breast tumors foot Matterhorn in the Alps in carry estrogen receptors. 1947. The discovery allows docJensen also worked to entors today to identify which courage young people to study patients will respond to anti- science and stick with it, includestrogen therapy and which ing current University of Cinn eed chemotherapy o r r a - cinnati President Santa Ono. diation. The ground-breaking The two first met in 1980 finding has helped doctors when Elwood — by then altreat breast, thyroid and pros- ready an i con i n h i s f i eld tate cancer. — was teaching at the UniverJensen w a s r e p e atedly sity of Chicago and Ono was a nominated for the Nobel Prize freshman. "I will forever be grateful for and won dozens of awards for his work, including a Lasker his encouragement of my caAward for Basic Medical Re- reer," Ono said in a statement.

By James Day

role in reducing our greenhouse gas emissions,"TrelCORVALLIS — O r e gon stad said. "There is no way State University will begin OSU can invest in renewable generating its own solar pow- energy infrastructure at this er in January. scale without developing pubThe university, in conjunc- lic-private partnerships." tion wit h S olarWorld and The OSU project is one of SolarCity, is close to complet- five renewable energy deming the installation of solar onstration projects coordinatpanels at two sites that will be ed by the Oregon University capable of producing 860,000 System. OSU's project, which kilowatt-hours a year. is the first one to be completThat much power is the ed, will expand to 10 acres equivalent of r educing the by the fall of 2013 and will carbon dioxide emissions of providefrom 3 to 5 percent of OSU's power needs, Trelstad more than 66,000 gallons of gasoline. said. The panels are being set The installation is all but up on four acres of OSU land complete, with final work takadjacent to Trysting Tree Golf ing place this week. After inClub and east of the Benton spections from Linn County County F a irgrounds n e ar and Benton County officials, Southwest 53rd Street. the university will apply for SolarWorld supplied more "final connection" with Pathan 3,000 high-performance cific Power. solar panels. SolarCity inThere is no firm date for stalled, owns, maintains and the project to begin producing operates the equipment. OSU power, but Trelstad said that will buythe power from Solar- early January was likely. The City at a rate that is "a little panels will be capable of probit more than half" of what ducing power at full strength the university pays Pacific on day one. "The capacity will be ready Power, according to university sustainability coordinator as soon as full sun hits the Brandon Trelstad. arrays," said Trelstad. "But "Energy efficiency is still a we might have to wait for a top priority, but solar power summer day to get the full will play an increasingly key benefit." Corvallis Gazette-Times

report rape The Associated Press ASHLAND — Police in Ashland say most rapes aren't reported to authorities, so t h e d e partment plans a campaign to encourage more victims to come forward. The department plans a "You Have Options" cam-

paign beginning Jan. I to let victims know it has adopted a victim-friendly philosophy, the Ashland Daily Tidings reports. Chief Terry Holderness said that w hile A shland has relatively low rates for aggravated assault, robbery and homicide, it has a relatively high rate of sexual assault. He says that's frequently the case in college towns. "Only 15 to 20 percent of sexual assaultsare reported," Holderness said. "Eighty to 85 percent, we never know about. That's a horrible failure rate." D etective Carrie H u l l said some traditional police work includes asking victims soon whether they want t o p r ess c h arges. The Ashland Department doesn't ask for a quick decision, but it does collect and keep evidence even if the victim doesn't want to press charges. That way, evidence and the opportunityto identify perpetrators are not lost, Hull said. "Too often, victims are told what is good for them. We identify options. We never make them choose right away," she said. "The victim controls how much they participate." Holderness said one part of the department's effort deals with young victims 15 to 17. When a sexual assault occurs, the situation often involves sexual activity, alcohol or drugs, and teens are afraid their parents will find out what they were doing, Holderness said. Police can't do formal interviews of sexual assault victims who are under 18 without a parent, but they can help victims get medical help and connect them with advocacy and sexual assault services groups, Hull said.

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ton police arrested a16-year-old boy on chargesof disorderly conduct and menacing, and a14-yearold girl was accused of initiating a false report and

With rumors racing through hallways and social media sites, at least three Oregon districts canceled

released to a parent. Schools in the North Santiam district remained open.

A man, who refused to be identified, puts up a closed sign Friday on the marquis in front of Banks

classes Friday, andauthorities said two students

Continued from B1 The Jeff-View Shelter, Forest Forest closure lifted

Most of the Deschutes National Forest around Three Creeks Lake and other public

land once under closures because of the Pole Creek Fire are

open again. The U.S. Forest Service on Friday lifted most of the closures around the lake and on portions

of the ThreeCreek LakeNordic trail, according to the agency.

The Banks School District in Washington County,

were arrested in threats at a school in Stayton. The Salem Statesman Journal reported the Stay-

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Trelstad, who ha s b een sustainability coo r d inator at OSU since 2005, has been involved with the project for more than four years. Most of that time has been spent on financial arrangements. Construction did not begin until last summer. Initial plans with a different solar developer collapsed amid the economic downturn of 2008-09. "We needed a more-experienced and bigger partner," said Trelstad. "SolarCity had the experienceand size to do this." "SolarCity is proud to play a part in Oregon State's ambitious efforts to produce and consume cleaner e nergy," said Rob Lavigne, SolarCity regional vice president. "The u niversity i s a l s o showingits students how institutions can rise above the status quo and take a leadership role in addressing the world's most pressing challenges." Students stand to benefit from the project as well. The university has an internship agreement wit h S o larCity, and Trelstad saidthat students in energy-relatedprograms at both the Corvallis and Bend campuses also might get involved in the project.

Road1520 andsections of Forest Road1018are also now open. The fire was first spotted on Sept. 9 and burned morethan

40 square miles of forest before being declared contained onOct. 18. The Forest Service issued closures at the start of the fire. For more information, call the Sisters Ranger District at 541549-7700. — From staff reports

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Oct. 22 in Jefferson County while police were executContinued from B1 ing a search warrant at his The checks had routing home. He told police he was numbers from the Oregon w orking with Saub "i n a Employment D e p artment, fraudulent check c a shing DHS and the Oregon De- operation" and had more unpartment of Revenue. cashed checks in his home. R&H Construction also re- Seized from his home were portedthe checks were fraud- four rifles believed to be stoulent and those named on len from an earlier burglary the checks had never worked in Culver, as well as four at R8 H Construction. fraudulent paychecks and On O ct . 1 4 , an o t her some meth. man tried to cash a check He was charged with firstfrom HWS Builders at the degree burglary, delivery Redmond Walmart. and possession of meth, five According to the search counts of first-degree theft, warrant a f f i davit, p o l ice possessionofa forged instrueventually determined Dani- ment and felon in possession al Chase Kennedy, 26, of of a firearm. Kennedy was Madras, worked with Saub, due to have a settlement conwhom he met in prison. The ference in early December search w a r rant a f f i davit but thatconference has been states Kennedy said the pair continued. A c all t o P a ul made a deal to split the mon- Sumner, Kennedy's attorney, ey from the paychecks, with was not returned. Kennedy finding people with None of the people who i dentification to c ash t h e cashed the checks has yet checks and Saub providing been charged with a crime. — Reporter: 541-617-7831, the fake paychecks. Kennedy wa s a r r ested smillerC<bendbulletin.com

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ferson County schools all closed Friday.

Shelter Continued from B1 Bethlehem Inn, the shelter at 3705 N. H i ghway 97, plays a role in the process.Its manager may declare the shelter at capacity, which opens the church doors to additional space. "This ordinance is essentially a safety valve that gets turned on this time of year," said managing director Chris Clouart. "If we suddenly found ourselves in a state where it's 20 degrees for two weeks, which is too severe for too long a period, then you'd see people coming in from the cold." But, Clouart said, he's never had to declare Bethlehem Inn at capacity. "I've never had to actually make the statement, 'We are now

full, activate your shelters,' like I'm putting out the Thunderbird alert." The shelter ha s a c commodated 98 people atonce, a number that stretches staff responsibility for overseeing the operation, Clouart said. In addition, the shelter, if necessary, can use its dining facility to providespace for 12 more

people, he said. Clouart said t h e s h elter doesn't turn a w a y a n yone seeking a one-night stay unless they fail to meet guidelines on drug and alcohol use or appear to be severely mentally ill.

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Tomorrow Rise Set Mercury....6:35 a.m...... 3:31 p.m. Venus......5:49 a.m...... 3:03 p.m. Mars.......9:24 a.m...... 6:30 p.m. Jupiter......2:51 pm......554a.m. Satum......3:10 a.m......1;38 p.m. Uranus....12:05 p.m.....12:22 a.m.

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Ski area Last 24 hours Base Depth Anthony Lakes ...... . . . . . . . . 1 -2 . . . . . . . . 40 Hoodoo..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0.. . . . .39-60 Mt. Ashland...... . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0.. . . . .36-71 Mt. Bachelor..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 . . . . . 84-110 Mt. Hood Meadows..... . . . . . . 4 . . . . . . . . 86 Mt. Hood Ski Bowl..... . . . . . . . 0 . . . . . . 41-47 Timberline...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 . . . . . . . . 96

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I0/-4/s... I1/5/c Hartford,CT.....57/38/0.77...43/25/c.. 39/23/s Sacramento......56/43/0.07... 50/43/r. 49/41/sh Springfield, MO ..45/22/0.00... 54/36/s. 54/34/pc Atlanta .........46/33/000...50/30/s. 57/40/pc Helena..........36/19/0 00..33/21Isn. 30/15/sn St. Louis.........37/240.00... 44/30/s47/31/pc . Tampa..........67/51/0.01... 61/39/s .. 66/45/s Atlantic City.....57/39/0.58..44/32/pc.. 44/35/s Honolulu........80/70/0.00...81/66/s.. 80/69/s Salt Lake City....41/20/0.00...46/32/c. 39/30/sn Tucson..........70/48/0.00..71/43/pc. 64/43/pc Austin..........61/22/0.00..67/56/pc.76/59/pc Houston ........62/32/0.00..69/59/pc. 75/62/pc SanAntonio.....61/27/000 ..66/54/pc. 75/58/pc Tulsa ...........57/20/0.00...59/34/s.. 55/31/s Baltimore.......57/37/049...44/31/c.. 44/29/s Huntsville.......46/33/0 00...49/30/s. 53/42/sh SanDiego.......60/42/000 ..61/54/pc. 62/52/sh Washington,DC..59/39/0.29..44/29/pc.. 45/30/s Billings.........45/26/000...32/19/c. 34/14/sn Indianapolis.....30/23/0 03... 35/24/s. 41/29/pc SanFrancisco....5852/0.14... 55/47/r. 55/46/sh Wichita.........53/I 5/000... 50/22/s. 42/23/pc Birmingham.....49/33/0.00... 51/35/s. 60/47/c Jackson,MS.....53/35/0.00... 62/44/s .. 63/53/l SanJose........57/47/000.. 58/45/r 56/45/sh Yakima.........36/25/008 32/23/sh .. 32/22/c Bismarck........ 22/6/000...17/4/pc... 10/2/c Jacksonvile......57/42/000...58/35/s .. 62/37/s SantaFe.........34/9/0.00... 42/24/s 41/23/s Yuma . . . . .64/45/0.00 ..69/45/pc. 69/47/pc Boise...........46/39/000 .. 41/28/rs ..41/29/rs Juneau...........18/7/0.00...18/14/s. 24/17/pc INTERNATIONAL Boston..........52/38/063...45/30/c .. 40/27/s Kansas City......37/I3/0 00...40/21/s. 33/21/pc Badgepoit CT....57/41/056...43/27/c.. 40/25/s Lansing.........35/28/014..32/24/pc. 34/20/pc Amsterdam......46/37/018 44/41/r 50/45/sh Mecca..........82/70/0.01..81/67/pc.. 84/66/s Buffalo .........43/32/0.21..32/27/sn. 34/22/sn LasVegas.......50/31/0.00..57/38/pc. 56/43/pc Athens..........52/42/0.00..52/46/sh.47/41/pc Mexico City .....70/46/0 00...70/42/s.. 77/46/s Burlington,VT....48/34/019.. 36/16/rs...23/9/sf Lexington .......30/27/001...36/25/s.. 45/32/s Auckland........79/66/0.00..72/60/sh...67/57/r Montreal........36/34/0.77..33/22/sn... 11/0/c Caribou,ME.....34I267004.. 34/26/rs.. 26/3/sn Lincoln...........31/40 00....34/4/s. 24/12/pc Baghdad........66/53/0.00..66/54/pc.. 68/53/s Moscow ......... 0/-6/0.00... 7/-4/pc.. -1/-6/pc Charleston,SC ...55/42/0.00...57/30/s.. 61/39/s Little Rock.......54/32/0.00...60/42/s. 60/46/sh Bangkok........97/81/0.00..95/72/pc...90/73/t Nairobi.........81/55/000..76/57/sh...76/56/t Charlotte........46/37/0 00...51/28/s.. 55/33/s LosAngeles......62/44/0.00..61/5I/pc. 59/53/sh Beiyng..........34/I6/0 00... 28/4/pc...19/1/s Nassau .........82/68/0.00..72/63/pc.. 71/66/c Chattanooga.....44/34/0.00...48/28/s.53/39/sh Louisville........37/30/0.00...39/29/s.46/33/pc Beirvt..........63/52/4.47 58/53/sh. .. 65/55/pc New Delhi.......70/45/000...71/50/s.. 72/51/s Cheyenne.......49/25/000...46/20/s. 41/17/pc MadisonWJ.....29/I6/0 00...28/12/s.. 28/15/s Berlin...........30/25/0.00... 27/25/c .. 27/22/c Osaka ..........46/34/000..50/39/sh. 45/31/pc Chicago.........34/22/002...42/25/s. 40/31/s Memphis....... 48/33/0 00 ..57/42/s. 61/48/sh Bogota .........66/41/0.03 ..65/52/sh. 68/51/sh Oslo............21/14/001..21/19/pc..21/18/sf Cincinnati.... 33/28/0 00...36/24/s. 43/31/pc Miami . . . . 72/61/0 00 69/52/s.. 73/61/s Budapest........25/18/000 ..29/22/pc. 31/28/sn Ottawa.........34/32/1.0933/1 .. 7/sn....9/-4/c Cleveland.......36/28/030..35/27/sn. 35/26/pc Milwaukee......34/22/0 00...29/18/s.. 32/27/s BuenosAires.....82/57/000... 85/64/s. 84/72lsh Paris............50/43/0.14...55/52/r.. 55/45/c Colorado Spongs.50/22/000...53/24/s. 49/22/pc Mianeapolis......21/9/0 00..26/13/pc.23/13/pc CaboSanLucas ..77/57/000... 81/61/c. 83/62/pc Rio deJaneiro....91/77/0.00... 86/75/t...88/73/t Columbia,MO...35/20/000...45/28/s .. 41/27/s Nashville........43/31/0.00...44/30/s. 53/42/sh Cairo...........64/52/0.00... 64/49/s.65/50/pc Rome...........48/37/0.00...54/41/s..59/47/c Colvmbia,SC....51/40/0.00... 54/29/s .. 59/36/s New Orleans.....57/43/0.00... 59/49/s...67/57/t Calgary...........3/0/0 00.... 3/-I/c ...0/-13/c Santiago........84/48/0.00...79/60/s.. 81/57/s Columbus GA....52/37/000...55/32/s. 61740/pc New York.......56/39/071...43/32/c .. 41/30/s Cancun.........77/68/000..75/67/pc..79/67/s SaoPaulo.......90/70/0.00... 74/67/t. 72/68/pc Columbus, OH....35/30/0.13 ..36/23/pc. 38/28/pc Newark,Nl......57/39/0.92...42/30/c. 41/27/pc Dublin..........46/39/0.01 ..56/51/sh.51/41/pc Sapporo ........32/26/000..34/17/sn..28/14/sf Concord,NH.....52/32/1.03 .. 38/20/rs.. 32/15/s Norfolk,VA......63/41/045 ..50/31/pc.. 51/33/s Edinburgh.......41/39/0.00... 45/43/r. 40/36/sh Seoul...........32/27/0.00... 33/I9/s .. 23/9/pc Corpus Christi....61/29/000... 71/60/c. 77/66/pc Oklahoma City...63/24/0 00..63/36/pc.. 5433/s Geneva.........4666/018..40/38/sh. 54/43/pc Shanghai........52/41/0.07..49/25/sh .. 38/25/s DallasFtworrh...65/25/000..62/51/pc. 70/42/pc Omaha..........27/7/000....30/6/s. 24/11/pc Harare..........79/64/0 00 .. 77/60/pc. 77/61/pc SingaPore.......88/77/0.10...88/77/t...87/77/t Dayton .........31/28/000..34/23/pc.40/28/pc Orlando.........70/48/003...60/41/s.. 64/46/s Hong Kong......79/66/0 00... 72/55/c.65/52/pc Stockholm.......27/23/0 00... 26/21/c. 25/23/pc Denver..........51/20/000 ..56/29/pc. 47/24/pc PalmSprings.....65/35/0.00. 64/48/pc66/50/pc Istanbul.........36/30/018 ..40/39/sn.44/41/sh Sydney..........73/68/0.00...77/64/c.. 82/61/c DesMoines......21/11/000.... 29/7/s. 23/13/pc Peoria......... 26/I6/0 00... 33/23/s.. 35/22/s lerusalem.......49/43/1.71..54/47/pc.. 59/48/s Taipei...........79/61/000..6I52/sh. 55/51/sh Detroit..........34/30/002 ..34/27/pc. 33/26/pc Philadelphia.....59/39/1.28...43/29/c .. 41/30/s Johannesburg....75/55/0 23.. 79/60/pc...81/60/t TelAviv.........$7/52/1.6$..63/52/sh.. 6I55/s Duluth...........20/2/000..25/11/pc.20/14/Pc Phoenix.........70/45/0.00..70/42/pc. 65/45/pc Lima...........72/68/0.00 .. 76/64/pc.76/67/pc Tokyo...........48/37/0.00...56/45/r. 52/35/pc El Paso..........55/32/0.00 ..66/38/pc.. 65/40/s Pittsburgh.......40/30/0.02 ..34/22/sn.. 36/23/c Lisbon..........64/52/000..59/46/pc 65/57/s Toronto.........43/32/0 05 .30/24/sn 30/21/c Fairbanks...... -38/-45/000 ..-21/-31/s.-15/-29/s Portland,ME.....53/32/0.99..42/24sh .. 35/17/s London.........50/43/0.00... 56/53/r ..54/48/c Vancevver.......39/36/0.16..41/36/sh..40/29/rs Fargo...........11/-3/0.00...17/3/pc.. 11/6/sn Providence......55/37/0.68...42/25/c.. 39/24s Madrid .........61/48/0.00... 60/44/c .. 59/42/s Vienna..........32/28/0.00.. 30/28/sf..36/34rs Flagstaff........45/2/000..51/20/pc. 42/23/pc Raleigh.........54/39/0 01... 52/27/s .. 55/32/s Manila..........90/77/000 ..84/73/pc. 85/72/pc Warsaw..........12/7/0.00...I7/10/c.. 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TIGARD — On any given school day, brothers Andrew and Robert CoustLteau get out Of bed artd head for their dining room table, where they will stay for about seven hours, working on their computers. The boys are both enrolled in an online public charter school. It's not home schooL The boys work from their Tigard home but the school — not their parents — dictates the curriculum. The students have teachers and live-chat lectures. They have the same textbooks as the students at other public schools. But most of the day, they work alone on their computers, clicking their way through lessons, quizzes and tests. It's that sort of flexibility that sold the two Cousineau boys on Oregon Connections Academy. With 3,000 students, it's the state's largest public charter school. Now is the time of year, before the Jan. 31 start Of the semester, when many parents around the state are considering whether to enroll their children Lt the schooL There are many reasons students and parentsconsider online charters: overcrowding at their local school, social or behavioral issues, boredom with the pace of traditional schools, a desire for more flexibility. The C o usineaus s t arted looking for an alternative when Andrew was at Fowler Middle School in Tigard. "His middle school was not a good fit for him," said the boys' mother,Jessica Cousineau, 35. "He neededtoslow to the speed of the class. The work was boring and they couldn't move him ahead because of school policy. ... We needed an alternative." On a recent weekday, as Jessica Cousineau quietly walked on the tan carpet, doing chores, Andrew, 15, turned to his brother and snickered. "Look at this," he whispered. Robert, 12, leaned away from his netbook screento see his brother's laptop.

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I can work tvvo hours then take a break. I get a lot of choices." Andrew sat right next to Robert. Th e D ea d K e nnedys blasted through Andrew's headphones as he checked his Facebook page, where he said he was having an argument with a friend over radical feminism. When his mother would walk by, he'd click back to his biology lesson about respiration in animal and plant cells. For him, it's science day. "I did English yesterday," he said, plucking the earbuds out of his ears. "Once I get thinkirtg irt that way I don't have to do something else. I get in the groove." Online charter schools aren't for everyone. Especially in th e y ounger grades, Oregon Connections Academy students typically test lower than state averages in math and English. And the school's graduation rate is dismal, 34 percent compared with a stateaverage of 68 percent, according to the state's latest data. The Oregon Legislature in already wrapping up the sec- 2011 limited online charter ond semesterof seventh-grade school enrollment to 16,000 math. "I hope to be a full year students, but enrollment is noahead (in math) by the end of where near that high. the year. I have all these assignOregon Connections' 3,000 ments, and I could just keep students make up about half going," he said. "I can work the state's online public charter whenever I want on any lesson. school enrollment.

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Douglas earnsAP top female honor When GabbyDouglas allowed herself to dream of being the Olympic

champion, sheimagined having a nice little dinner with family and friends to celebrate. Maybe

she'd make anappearance hereand there.

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going to be crazy," Douglas said, laughing. "I love it. But I realized

• Benefit golf tournaments can be tough to organize,but many still considerthem asuccess By Zack Hall The Bulletin

Central Oregon golf courses host charity golf tournaments like socialites host dinner parties. For a majority of the region's 30 golf courses, fundraisertournaments are a normal course of business during the warmer months. The marriage between golf and charity has been a good one, helping nonprofits raise thousands of dollars each year to champion causes of all kinds. But recent tough economic times have heightened the challenge for t ournament

organizers. "The economy over the last few years has definitely made this more of a challenge and

requiredtournament organizers to be more creativeand resourceful,"says Sue Boettner, who helps organize the Bend Park 8c Recreation District's Gopher Broke Scramble. The Gopher Broke tournament, which was played in September at Bend Golf and Country Club, has built a loyal base of participating golfers in its nine years, Boettner says. And that has kept the fundraising take steady: nearly $20,000 this year for low-income families and the disabled to participate in park district programs. The Bulletin asked dozens of do-gooders — all of whom rely on at least one fundraising golf tournament each year — whether or not golf and fundraising still go together like a rake and a bunker. In the end, it appears that 2012 provided mixed results. But for most who organize the tournaments, golf still provides a viable vehicle to bring in much-needed money. SeeCharity/C6

How they did A sampling of Central Oregon golf fundraisers in 2012 and how the

approximate proceeds of eachevent collected compared with 2011: Birdies 4 Babies (Throughout Central Oregon): Up to$23,400 from $16,500 Crook County High School Golf TeamBenefit Tournament (Meadow Lakes Golf Course): $9,200, down from $10,300 Golfers for Scholars (EagleCrest Resort): Flat Golf World Pacific Amateur Golf Classic (Courses throughout Central

Oregon): $11,000, down from $14,000 Gopher BrokeScramble (BendGolf and Country Club): Flat, $20,000 Red Dog Classic (Juniper Golf Course): Up$2,000 Rude Rudy (AwbreyGlen): Up to $53,000 from $36,000 St. Charles Medical Center Redmond Volunteer Golf Tournament

(Eagle Crest Resort): Flat, $15,000 United WayCharity Golf Classic (Crosswater): Downslightly to $20,000 Sources: fundra>ser organ>zers

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she has earnedanother honor. Douglas was selected The Associated Press' female athlete

of the year, edging out swimmer Missy Franklin in a vote by U.S. editors and news directors that

was announced Friday. "I didn't realize how much of an impact I

made," said Douglas, who turns17 on Dec.

31. "My momand everyone said, 'You

really won't know the full impact until you're 30 or 40 years old.' But it's starting to sink in." In a year filled with

standout performances by female athletes, those of the pint-sized gymnast shined bright-

est. Douglas received 48 of157 votes, seven more than Franklin, who

won four gold medals and a bronze in London. Serena Williams, who won Wimbledonand the

U.S. Opentwo years after her career wasnearly derailed by health prob-

lems, was third (24). Britney Griner, who

led Baylor to a 40-0 record and the NCAA title, and skier Lindsey

Vonn each got18 votes. Sprinter Allyson Felix, who won three gold

medals in London, and Carli Lloyd, who scored both U.S. goals in the

Americans' 2-1 victory over Japan in the

gold-medal game,also received votes. — The Associated Press

NBA

Grizzlies defeat Mavericks, 92-82

• Summit utilizes strong shooting from the free-throw line in awin overRedmond

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By Beau Eastes The Bulletin

Summit High did not shoot particularly well Friday night, and the Storm sometimes strug-

gled against a physical Redmond team. Summit s t ayed a g gressive, though, and the Storm found their way to the foul line, rallying past the visiting Panthers 50-42 after connecting on 10 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter. Shannon Patterson scored a

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game-high 20 points for Summit in its Intermountain Conference girls basketball opener, and Raja Char added 12 points as the Storm improved to 4-3 overall in their last game before the holiday break. Summit trailed 32-28 after three quarters but outscored Redmond 22-10 in the final period. "We came out hard in the fourth and didn't back down," said Char, who scored seven of her 12 points in the fourth quarter. "It's great to get some momentum heading into our holiday tournament." The Panthers (0-1 IMC, 4-3) battled in what was their league opener as well, trailing 19-16 at halftime before outscoring the Storm 16-9 in the third quarter to grab the lead heading into the fourth period. Chantel Dannis led Redmond with 14 points and 14 rebounds and Kendall Current had four assists and three points. The Panthers could not get to the foul line when it mattered, though. SeeStorm /C5

Bulletin staff report REDMOND — In a tightly contested game that was both teams' Class 5A Intermountain Conference boys basketballopener, Redmond created enough of an edge Friday to hold off Summit 59-54. Panthers coach Jon Corbett was complimentary of both squads'efforts and described the contest as a "fun game if you like to watch hard-nosed defense." Corbett recalled that his team's biggest lead was eight points late in a "back-andforth" game that was tied after the first quarter and which

the Panthers (5-2) led by only

Ryan Brennecke /The Bulletin

Summit's Raja Char (23) attempts a shot over Redmond's Ann Williams during the first quarter of Friday night's game at Summit High in Bend.

two points at halftime and afterthree quarters.Redmond made the most of its chances on offense, as Corbett said the Panthers shot 61 percent from the field and notched assists on 17 of their 22 field goals. Mason Rodby led a balanced offense for Redmond with 17 points — including nine points on three of the Panthers' six three-pointers — and added nine rebounds and three blocks. Matt Dahlen scored 15 points and recorded seven assists and three blocks, while Trevor Genz was also in double figures with 11 points. Nick Moyer scored 15 points for the Storm (3-4). Both teams are off until Thursday, when Redmond is scheduled to begin play in the Abby's Holiday Classic in Medford, while Summit stays in Bend for its own Les Schwab Holiday Hoopfest.

Rudy Gayscores 26 points to lead Memphis over Dallas,C3

American teen skier shining on the slopes By Pat Graham

The Associated Press

Memphis Grizzlies'

Rudy Gay,right, protects the ball during Friday night's game in

Memphis, Tenn.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Bowl games:A season for giving Different bowls provide different gifts to football

players,C6

T eenager Mikaela Shiffrin h a s nearly flawless form when she cruises through a slalom course. Her secret? She pictures the gates as trees and keeps her elbows close because, "arms flying out will get taken offby a tree." And the 17-year-old almost always seems tobe in perfect rhythm. Her method? She hears drum beats as she swooshes along because, "go-

ing around the gates is like a song." Well, Shiffrin has certainly found her cadence on the course, racing to her first World Cup victory Thursday in Are,Sweden. She's rapidly becom-

WORLD CUP ing skiing's next big thing. Just in time, too, for the United States, with Lindsey Vonn taking a break from the circuit to recover

from a nagging virus that has zapped her strength. Ever since Shiffrin burst on the scene, she's drawn the i nevitable comparisons to Vonn. Not that Shiffrin minds, because she definitely has a lot in common with her idol. And now, above all e l se, this

— winning.

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Mikaela Shiffrin competes during the first run of the FIS Alpine Ski World Cup women's slalom in Are, Sweden, on Thursday. Shiffrin won the event.


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2012 • THE BULLETIN

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NFL: WEEK 16 PREVIEW

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By Barry Wilner

Green Bay; New England at Jacksonville; St. Louis at TamSome teams surge toward pa Bay; Buffalo at Miami; San the playoffs. Look at D e n- Diego at New York Jets; and ver, Seattle, Washington and Oakland at Carolina. Green Bay. Cincinnati (8-6) at Pittsburgh Others struggle to stay in (7-7): A Bengals win, perhaps the mix: try the Steelers, Ben- a long shot because secondgals, Giants and Bears. year quarterback Andy Dalton This penultimate weekend hasn't beaten either the Steelof the schedulecould propel ers or Ravens yet, gives Cina few of them and eliminate cinnati a second consecutive others. postseason berth. That hasn't Chief among the clubs that happened since 1982 and never could go either way: the de- has occurred without involvfending champion New York ing astrike-shortened season. The Bengals also can take Giants, who have lost their past three road games by a the division by sweeping the combined 82-29 to fall to 8-6. final two games and having Not even coach Tom Cough- Baltimore lose twice. lin is sure what he has as they Pittsburgh can win the dihead to Baltimore. vision only if there is a three"It would be easy for me to way tie, but definitely gets a say I do, but the reality of it is wild card with two victories. we haven't been able to play to Chicago (8-6) at Arizona (5-9): substantiate what I would say Reeling and i njury-ravaged, is the personality of this team," the Bears have dropped three said Coughlin, whose club straight and five of six. There's gets awild card, for sure, by some discord in th e l ocker winning out. "So I'm definitely room, coach Lovie Smith's job counting on the veterans to go securityhas become shakier, ahead and prove this and do it and they no longer can win with consistency. the NFC North. "Last year we did it over S till, a w i l d-card spot i s a six-game run and, exactly, available if they win out, and we're in that situation again." even though th e C ardinals Even though their opponent routed Detroit last week, it Sunday, the Ravens, already was Arizona's first win in 10 have sewn up a playoff spot, games. it's a critical game for BaltiSan Francisco (10-3-1) at Semore (9-5) to get back on track attle (9-5):The spotlight matchafter three straight defeats up, even though it won't decide — two at home and one a bit the NFC West. San Francisco down the road in Washington. can take the division for the "We dug this hole we're in," second successive season by safety Bernard Pollard said. beating Arizona in its finale "We can'tblame anybody but even if it falls at what will be ourselves. We don't like losing a rocking CenturyLink Field. three straight games. Nobody The 49ers earned at least a does. It's at the point right now wild card with their, uh, wild where we have to get back at 41-34 victory at New England it, man. We dug the hole, now last weekend. we've got to find a way to get "Given my first four years, out of it." around this time, we probably The action begins tonight wouldn't be playing for much, with Atlanta at Detroit. There maybe achance towin a game are no more Monday night and maybe get in or waiting on three other teams to lose," games this season. Also Sunday, it's Cincinnati star linebacker Patrick Wilat Pittsburgh in an AFC wild- lis said. "It feels good to know card showdown; Chicago at that you're playing for someArizona; San Francisco at Se- thing. We have a playoff berth, attle; Washington at Philadel- but we want the division. And phia; New Orleans at Dallas; we also want to have that firstMinnesota at Houston; India- week bye, and we know we napolis at Kansas City; Cleve- have to win this week first." land at Denver; Tennessee at The Seahawks are 6-0 at

about whether Peyton Manning could once again be, well, Peyton Manning. He is every bit as good in his first season in Denver, has gotten in-tune with his receivers, particularly Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, and has a fierce defense to boot. "I like young players that really want to get better, and those guys have done that," Manning said. "Our timing has improved throughout the season. It's not what it would be had we played together for five years." In Cleveland, they wonder if the young cast will p lay another year with coach Pat Shurmur.

The Associated Press

NBA SCOREBOARD

Grizzlies get past Mavericks Allen is solidifying his reputation one of the NBA's premier perimeter defenders. F ormer t e ammate O . J . Mayo already knew that, but got a firsthand look at what Allen can do to a team's leading scorer in the Memphis Grizzlies' 92-82 victory over Dallas on Friday night. Mayo, who e ntered the game averaging 20.2 points, managed only a free throw in the first half, ended the night shooting three of 11 from the field and scored 10 points. Wednesday night, Allen held Milwaukee scoring leader Monta Ellis to a single field goal on 14 attempts. "I treat it as a regular opponent as if he was a Kobe or a LeBron or what have you," Allen said about his mindset against Mayo. "I just treated it regular and studied him.... I sat here quiet. Didn't really talk to my teammates before the game. I was just focused at doing the task at hand because he'd been on fire." Rudy Gay scored 26 points, and Zach Randolph had 17 points and 13 rebounds to help the Grizzlies win their fourth straight game. Marc Gasol added 11 points and 11 rebounds, and Allen finished with 10 points. Mike Conley had 11 assists to become the franchise leader with 2,079. He surpassed Jason Williams, who had 2,069, with 7:54 left in the first quarter on an alley-

St. Louis (6-7-1) at TampaBay

(6-8): Both teams should look forward to bigger and better things in 2013. These are generally young teams being constructed in dissimilar ways. Jeff Fisher is a defensive guy and he's put together a solid unit led by ends Chris Long and Robert Quinn, LB James Laurinaitis and cornerTodd Parmington/The Associated Press backs Cortland Finnegan and Runningback Marshawn Lynch and the Seattle Seahawks get rookie Janoris Jenkins. They rank ninth and have 41 sacks, ready to host the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night. third in the league behind contenders Denver, Houston and Tennessee (5-9) at Green Cincinnati. home, have won five of their needs almost300 yards in the The Bucs are doing most past six overall, and scored last two games, and to average Bay (10-4): The Packers could 58 and 50 points the past two that much would be a pace for move into the No. 2 seed in the of their good things with the weeks. They aren't likely to 2,400 yards in a season. NFC with a victory and a loss ball. Vincent Jackson is first The Texans are formidable by San Francisco. That should in yards per catch (19.8) and come close to that against the NFL's stingiest defense; against the ru n a n d b adly be enough motivation to keep fourth inyards receiving, while the Niners have allowed 218 want to assure being at home them humming; they've won rookie Doug Martin has 1,250 points, one fewer than Seattle. throughout the AFC playoffs. eight of nine, including three yards rushing and 10 TDs. Washington (8-6) at Phila- By damaging Minnesota's in a row within the division to Buffalo (5-9) at Miami (6-8): delphia (4-10): C redit M i k e push for an NFC wild card, put away the NFC North. Buffalo's high e x pectations Tennessee was the benefi- after a busy offseason adding Shanahan and his coaching Houston would ensure it is at stafffor one of the best jobs home in January. ciary of Mark Sanchez's gen- talent fell apart early. The Bills "This year he's definitely the erosity on Monday night. Aar- could see some front-offi down the s tretch. It h e lps ce when you have not one but on Rodgers is no Sanchez. housecleaning after they finbest," linebacker Bradie James two effective rookie quarter- said of Peterson, who has 1,812 New England (10-4) at Jack- ish off their 13th straight seasonville (2-12):An angry bunch backs: Robert Griffin III and yards. "I played against Ricky son out of the playoffs. Williams in his heyday when of Patriots head south to face Miami has taken some deKirk Cousins. The Redskins might beat he would just run over evone of the league's worst cent steps in its rebuild, but the weak Eagles with Rex erybody. I played against the teams. Barring a misstep by this could be a game of turnGrossman this week. But even Bus (Jerome Bettis); the Bus Denver, New England is look- overs. Buffalo is minus-10 and if RG3 is back as expected, was great in short yardage. I ing at playing in the wild-card Miami is minus-12 in turnover look for another key Washing- played against Mike Alstott. I round, by which time it had margin. ton rookie, RB Alfred Morris, played against all these guys, better have solved defensive San Diego (5-9) at New York to add to his 1,322 yards and and what Adrian Peterson is woes exposed by San Fran- Jets (6-8): To the chagrin of nine TDs on the ground. doing right now, I hadn't seen cisco last Sunday night. Fireman Ed and other Jets The Jaguars don't figure to fans, the Sanchez error, uh, New Orleans (6-8) at Dallas it before. "We don't want to be on the provide any challenge as they era might not be over. At least (8-6): Dallas is in the same situation as Washington. Win end of his record setting. We've contend for the top overall for 2012, barring injuries, the out and the Cowboys take the got to do our job and really not draft pick. regressing QB will be on the NFC East. get caught up in all that." Atlanta (12-2) at Detroit (4- sideline as Greg McElroy tries They've shown plenty of Indianapolis (9-5) at Kansas 10), tonight:The Falcons drew to secure a job for the future. fortitude in winning five of City (2-12): Indy's sensational the kind of positive reviews The Chargers are playing six, rallying to beat the Ben- turnaround from 2-14 to wild- after their rout of the Giants out the string, too. They found gals and Steelers in the past card team will b e complete that many had withheld. A some enthusiasm when they two outings. with a victory at the Chiefs. win at faltering Detroit, which beat Pittsburgh two w eeks New Orleans will test the The Colts have managed it de- has gone from competitive to ago, but then the Panthers Dallas defense and is adept at spite the fewest takeaways in dreadful during a s ix-game routed them in San Diego. forcing turnovers, something the NFL (10) and a minus-17. slide, clinches NFC home-field Oakland (4-10) at Carolina (5the Cowboys often commit But the Chiefs, who were advantage. 9): The Panthers, particularly "This is what you work so Cam Newton, are playing well (minus-9 margin) shut out by lowly Oakland a Minnesota (8-6) at Houston week ago, are even worse at hard in the offseason for," star enough to perhaps save coach (12-2):Seems like most every- minus-22. tight end Tony Gonzalez said. Ron Rivera's job. It seems logione believes Adrian Peterson Cleveland (5-9) at Denver "This is what you work so hard cal that Raiders coach Dennis is a lock to break Eric Dick- (11-3): Consider how far the during the regular season, and Allen, in his first season of erson's single-season rush- Broncos have come from a 2- what we've done up to this what will be a lengthy rebuilding mark of 2,105. But he still 3 record and tons of questions point is we've put ourselves in ing project, also is safe.

NBA ROUNDUP

The Associated Press MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Tony

a great position. As far as I'm concerned and what I've been telling m y t e ammates and what coach has been telling us, let's go out and finish the job."

Bulls... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 10 Knicks..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 N EW YORK — K n i c k s f orward C a r melo A n t h ony and three others were thrown out of a f o ul-filled

game, and Chicago beat

New York fo r t h e second time this season. 7 6ers.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 9 H awks..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 0 PHILADELPHIA — Thaddeus Young had 18 points and 11 rebounds, and Evan T urner scored 2 1 p o i n t s t o h elp P h i ladelphia t o p Atlanta. Danny Johnston/The Associated Press B ucks.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 9 Memphis Grizzlies' Rudy Gay C eltics..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 4 (22) shoots over Dallas MavBOSTON — Monta Ellis ericks' Dominique Jones (20) scored five of his 27 points during the second half of Friin overtime, and Milwaukee day night's game in Memphis, beat Boston after blowing Tenn. The Grizzlies defeated a seven-point lead late in the Mavericks 92-82. regulation. P acers..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 9 C avaliers..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 9 CLEVELAND — Roy Hibfour years for the Grizzlies before signing with Dallas in bert scored 18 points, and the offseason, was the focus Lance Stephenson added a of the Grizzlies' defensive season-high 16 to lead Indiapproach. Memphis coach ana over Cleveland, which Lionel Hollins said the game lost its sixth straight game. Pistons.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 plan was to make sure Allen had Mayo t hroughout. W izards..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 8 Hollins said he didn't want AUBURN HI LLS, M i ch. Mayo to get on track to help G reg Monroe ha d 1 5 carry the Mavericks. points and nine rebounds, Also on Friday: rookie A n dr e D r u mmond C lippers ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 7 added a double-double, and K ings..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 5 Detroit ended a s i x-game LOS ANGELES — Chris losing streak with a rout. Paul had 24 points and 13 R aptors..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 3 assists to help Los Angeles M agic..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 0 break a 3 8 -year-old franTORONTO DeMar DeRozan scored 17 points, chise record with their 12th consecutive victory. Jose Calderon had 13 points oop pass to Gay. Warriors.... . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 15 and nine assists, and Toronto Shawn Marion and Vince Bobcats ..... . . . . . . . . . . . 100 won its fifth straight game, Carter led t h e M a vericks OAKLAND, Calif. — Da- beating Orlando. with 14 points apiece, and vid Lee had 23 points, 11 Spurs........ . . . . . . . . . . . .99 M arion a lso h a d 1 1 r e - rebounds and a career-high H ornets..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 4 bounds. Dominique Jones 11 assists, Stephen Curry SAN ANTONIO — Tony had 13 points and seven as- set a career high with eight Parker scored 25 points, Tim sists, and Brandan Wright 3-pointers and Golden State Duncan added 15 points and extended Charlotte's losing 10 rebounds, and San Antoadded 12 points. Mayo, who played his first streak to 14 games. nio beat New Orleans.

Standings NATIONAL BASKETBALLASSOCIATION

ConferenceGlance All TimesPST

EASTERNCONFERENCE W L Pct GB d-Miami 17 6 739 I/2 d-NewYork 19 7 731 Atlanta 15 9 625 3 d-Chicago 15 10 600 3'/z Milwaukee 14 11 560 4'/2 Ind>ana 15 12 556 4'/z Brooklyn 13 12 520 5'/2 Boston 13 13 500 6 Philadelphia 13 14 481 6~/2 Orlando 12 14 462 7 Toronto 9 1 9 321 11 Detroit 8 2 1 276 12'/2 Charlotte 7 1 9 269 12 Ceveland 5 2 3 179 15 Washington 3 2 1 125 15 WEST ERN CONFE RENCE W t Pct GB d-Dklahoma City 21 5 808 d-LA. Clippers 20 6 769 1 d-Memphis 18 6 750 2 SanAntonio 20 8 714 2 GoldenState 18 9 667 3'/2 Minnesota 13 11 542 7

Houston Denver Utah Portland LA. Lakers Dallas Phoenix

Sacramento NewOrleans d-divisionleader

13 14 14 12 12 12 11 8 5

12 13 13 12 14 15 15 18 21

520 7'/2 519 7'/2

519 7'/~ 500 8 462 9 444 9 1/2

423 10 308 13 192 16

9-20 4-4 26, Novak0-3 0-0 0, Prigioni 2-4 1-1 5, Thomas 1-1 0-02, Copeland3-73-4 10, White0-0 0-00 Totals38-9122-25106. Chicago 30 24 29 27 — 110 New York 23 16 22 45 — 106

Grizzlies 92, Mavericks 82 DALLAs I82)

Da.Jones2-21-1 6, Marion6-11 2-214, Kaman 4-12 0-0 8, Collison0-1 0-0 0, Mayo3-113-410, Wright 5-62-4 12,Carter5-14 1-114,DQ.Jones4-9 5-5 13,Crowder1-9 0-02, Beaubois1-1 0-0 3.Totals 31-7614-17 82.

MEMPHIS(92)

Gay8-208-826,Randolph8-151-1 17,Gasol4 8 3-411, Conley2-105-69, Allen5-14 0-010, Arthur 3-6 0-0 6,Bayless2-5 0-0 5, Pondexter1-40-0 2, Ellington0-Ij 0-0 0, Speights3-7 0-16. Totals 3689 17-20 92. Dallas 16 23 18 25 — 82 Memphis 25 15 29 23 — 92

Bucks99, Celtics94 MILWAUKEE (99) Daniel s0 5 0 0 0,Mbah aMoute8-15 4-10 20, Sanders8-10 1-3 17,Jennings4-0 2-4 12, Ellis 9-21 9-0 27, Udoh1-31-2 3,Dunleavy2-74-4 9, llyasova3-7 1-2 8, Lamb1-4 0-03. Totals 36-83 22-36 99. BOSTON (94) aerce13-236-835, Gamett 6-22 0-01z Col ins 0-0 2-3 2, Rondo 3-8 0-0 6, Terry1-151-1 4, Bass 2 62-26, Sullirrger2 20 04, Green4 96 614,Lee 5-9 0-011.Totals36-9417-20 94. Milwaukee 1 7 2 6 19 26 11 — 99 Boston 25 21 24 18 6 — 94

Friday's Games

Philadelphia99,Atlanta 8II Toronto93, Orlando90 Milwaukee 99, Boston94, DT t:hicago110,NewYork1t6 Indiana99,Cleveland89 Detroit100,Washington68 Memphis92, Dallas82 SanAntonio99,NewOrleans94 GoldenState115, Charlotte100 LA Clippers97, Sacramento85

Today'sGames

ChicagoatAtlanta, 4p.m. Detroit atWa shington,4 p.m. Utah atMiami, 4:30p.m. Memphisat Houston, 5p.m. IndianaatNewOrleans5 pm Clevelandat Milwaukee,5:30p.m. CharlotteatDenver,6 p.m. Phoenixat Portland,7p.m. LA. LakersatGoldenState, 7:30p.m.

Sunday'sGames

PhiladelphiaatBrooklyn, noon MinnesotaatNewYork, 2 p.m. Utah atOrlando,3 p.m. Dallas atSanAntonio,4p.m. LA. Clippersat Phoen<x,5 p.m. PoitlandatSacramento, 6p.m.

Summaries Friday's Games

Bulls 110, Knicks106 CHICAGO (110) Boozer4-61-2 9, Deng11-24 4-529, Noah4-12 7-8 15,H>nrich6-8 0-0 16, Belinelli 5-12 0-12 22, Butler3-100-06 Robinson3-95-611,Gibson1-2002,Teague0-00-00,Radmanovic0-00-00.Totals 37-83 28-33 110. NEWYORK(106) Anthony10-258-829, Brewer0-4 0-10, Chandler 1-1 3-45, Kidd3-50-08, Felton9-21 3-321, Smith

Redick 3-9 3-4 9,Ayon4-4 4-6 12, Jones0-2 0-0 0, McRoberts0-10-00, Moore6-110-0 tz Totals 35-70 16-19 90.

TORONTO (93)

Pietrus 1-20-0 3, E.Davis4-12 2-2 10,Valanciunas 0-00-0 0, Calderon6-9 Ij-1 13,DeRozan5-17 7-7 17, Johnson4-9 2-2 10 Anderson2-9 5-5 10, Ross 5-8 Ij 0 13,Lucas3 61-2 8 Kleiza3 9 2-2 9. TotaIs 33-8119-21 93. Orlando 15 24 23 28 — 90 Toronto 20 22 29 22 — 93

76ers 99, Hawks80 ATLANTA (80) Stevenson0-20-0 0, Smith8-16 0-117, Horford 2-103-4 7,Teague2-4 0 05, Korver491-1 11, Williams 4-123-3 13, Morrow1-20-0 3, Pachulia 4-7 1-1 9, Johnson2-60-04, scott1-41-2 3, Tolliver 0-20-00, Jenkins3-30-08,Petro0-20-00.Totals 31-79 9-1 280. PHILADELPHIA(99) Tumer10-170-021,TYoung9-160-018, Allen370-06, Holiday5-130-011,Richardson7-120-217, N.Young 1-4 0-0 2, Hawes5-101-112, Wright 2-5 2-47, Wilkins2-20-05. Totals44-863-7 99. Atlanta 23 22 19 16 — 80 Philadelphia 30 2 1 21 27 — 99

Spurs 99, Hornets 94 NEWORLEANS(94) Thomas1-3 0-Ij 2, Davis8-132-218, Lopez5-7 0-010, Rivers2-83-4 7, Vasquez7-15 0-014, Mason 4-102-210,McGuire1-20-02, R.Anderson5-150-0 12, Roberts4-9 3-311, Miller 0-10-0 0, Henry2-3 4-58 Totals 39-8614-1694. SANANTO NIO(99) Green4-90-09, Duncan7-111-115, Splitter2-4 2-2 6, Parker10-175-6 25,Neal 1-4 Ij-0 2, DiajN5-6

Pacers 99,Cavaliers89 INDIANA(99)

George 4132 310, West 7 141-5 15, Hibbert8 12 2-2 18,Hill 5-131-1 13, Stephenson7-8 2-4 16, THansbrough0-32-22,Green4 64-414, Young1-3 0-03,Mahinmi3-62-4 8,B.Hansbrough0-10-0 0, Plumlee0-0 0-0 0, Pendergraph0-1 0-0 0. Totals 39-80 16-25 99.

CLEVELAN(89) D Gee4-8 2-2 11,Thompson5-92-5 12,Zeller513 2 2 12,Irving 516 77 17, Waiters412 34 11, Gibson360-1 8,Jones1-2002,Samuels1-32-2 4, Miles4-110-1 10 Pargo0-02-22, Casspi0-00-0 0 Totals 32-8020-26 89. Indiana 23 21 33 22 — 99 Cleveland 23 22 22 22 — 89

Pistons100, Wizards 68 WASHINGTON (68)

Webster2-75-610, Seraphin5-180-01II, Okafor 4-8 0-0 8, Livingston2-5 5-59, Crawford10-230-0 20, Martin2-110-05,Vesely3-90-26, Singleton0-2 0 0 0, Barron 02 0 0 0.Totals 28 851013 68.

DETROIT (100) Prince 3-13 1-1 8, Maxiell 2-4 0-0 4, Monroe 5-12 5-6 15,Knight4-11 5-7 15,angler 4-10 1-1 10, Stuckey4-60-011, Drumm ond5-71-411, Daye 2-900 5,Villanueva 3-7 0-0 7,Bynum 4-7 0-0 8, Kravjsov1-1 1-2 3,Jerebko1-1 0-03, English0-2 0-00 Totals 38-9014-21100. Washington 14 20 17 17 — 68 Detroit 29 24 24 23 —100

Raptors93, Magic90 0RLAND0(90I

Harkless0-00-00, Nicholson3-100-06, Vucevic 8-12 0-016, Nelson4-100-09, Afflalo 7-119-926,

1-2 12,Ginobili 3-106-7 13,Jackson2-6 1-25, De Colo 2-2 0 4, 1 Bonner0-0 0-00, Leonard3-7 1-28. Totals 39-7617-23 99. NewOrleans 21 2 1 19 33 — 94 SanAntonio 26 28 18 27 — 99

Clippers 97, Kings85 SACRAME NTO(85) Salmons2-6 0-05, Thompson 5-7 0-010, Cousins 4-91-2 9, Brooks2-61-1 6, Thomton4-91-1 11, Hayes1-30-02, Thomas4-13 2-212, Johnson 5-120-310,Robinson 2-4 0-0 4,Outlaw 0-0 0-0 0, Fredette 4-106-716. Totals 33-7911-1685. LA. CLIPPERS (97) Butler 2-70-0 5,Griffin 9-163-521,Jordan2-71 25, Paul7-135-624, Green2-40-04, Crawford2-12 1-2 5,Barnes5-12 2-213, Odom3-6 2-3 8, Turiaf 3-4 0-2 6, Bledsoe 2-6 2-2 6. Totals 37-8716-2497. Sacramento 21 18 23 23 — 85 LA. Clippers 29 2 4 20 24 —97

Warriors 115, Bobcats100 CHARLOTTE (100) Kidd-Gilchrist 5-10 2-2 12, Muliens 0 6 0-0 0, Biyombo 4-64-412, Walker6-170-016, Henderson 8-19 7-823, Warrick3-83-4 9, Haywood0-21-41, Sessions4-106-617, Taylor0-1 II-00, Williams3-8 2-39, Adrien0-21-41, Diop0-1 0-00. Totals 3390 26-35 100. GOLDEN STATE(115) Barnes0-7 4-6 4, Lee 11-16 1-1 23, Ezeli 3-3 0-0 6, Curry9-17 1-1 27,Thompson7-15 2-2 20, Biedrins1-10 02, Jack36 22 9, Green5 6 0011, Landry4-103-411, Jenkins0-1 0-00, Bazemore0-1 0-0 0, Jetferson0-00-0 0, Tyler 1-20-0 z Totals 44-85 13-16 115. Charlotte 23 26 27 24 — 100 Golden State 31 27 31 26 — 115


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PREP SCOREBOARD Boys basketball

REDMOND (42) —Chantel Dannis14, Wilson8, Bergum 6,Wiliams 5, Baker4, Current 3,Sappington 2,Watt,Benson.Totals185-1342.

Friday's results Intermountain Conference SUMMIT(54) —NickMoyer15, Peters12, Cattell 10, Rasm ussen 6, Lucas4, Menefee4, Mullen 3, Ritchey,Reeves.Totals 2012-1554. REDMOND (59) Mason Rodby17,Dahlen15, Genz11 Thomas 6, Cravens 4, Bordges4, Powell 2, Davies.Totals 22 9-14 59. Summit 18 15 14 7 — 54 Redmond 18 17 14 10 — 59 Three-point goals — Summit: Peters, Moyer; Redmond:Rodby3, Dahlen2, Genz. Intermountain Hybrid

RIDGEVIEW(58)—GeorgeMendazonaI8,O'Neal 11, Bowma n10,Alvarez8 Johnson7,Rogins4, DeWolf, Aamodt,Stiles,Winters.Totals 2012-1958. BEND(64) David Larson15, Scott 14,Beaumarchais13,Connel 9,Johnson4,Robrnson4,Spitler 3, Harmeson 2, Parsons. Totals 19 24-30 54. Rfdgeview 12 12 13 21 — 58 Bend 12 21 7 24 — 54 Three-point goals — Rrdgeview:Bowman2, Alvar ez,O'Neal,Mendazona,Johnson;Bend:BeaumarchaisConnel , l.

SeasideHoliday Classic LA PINE(40) — GavinBoen9, Cameron Kraft 9, WieberB,Parsons 6, Syres5, Ramirez 2, Young, Siauw, Gacke.Totals155-1540. CENTRAL LINN(45) —Alexis Healy 13,Walker 8, Smith 8,Vaughn6, Peterson 6, Putney5, Smith, Isom. Totals21413-1845. La Pine 14 11 4 11 — 40 Central Linn 11 14 11 10 — 45 Three-pointgoals — LaPine.Wieber2, Syres; Central Linn:Smith2,Vaughn2. ASTORIA (47) —NickStrange12, Poyer11,C. Leonardi 6,Fox5, F. Leonardi 4, Jarrett 4, James3, Whisler.Totals 213-11 47. MADRAS(50) Rodney Mitchell 17, Pichette 8, Wolfe 8,Haugen7, Yeahquo 6, Philips 4, Spino, Smith. Totals 19 7-1150. Astoria 5 13 13 15 — 47 Madras 11 10 18 11 — 50 Three-pointgoals—Astoria: Pox,James;Madras: Mitchell 2,Pichette2, Haugen.

SUMMIT (50) — ShannonPaterson 20, Char 12, Heinly 6, Hasenoehrl 6, Edwards4, Powers2, Cuniff, Trejo.Totals1514-29 50. Redmond 11 5 16 10 — 42 Summit 7 12 9 22 — 50 Three-pointgoals— Redmond:Wilson; Summit: Heinly 2,Char2, Paterson. Intermountain Hybrid

BEND (71) — JessicaMcClay 17, Lundy14, Kramer12,Isaak10, Sylvester4, Hayes4, Crook 3, Mattox 2,Maloney2, Bumham2, Howard 1.Totals 31 7-1371. RIDGEVIEW (29) — Kendal Durre11, Hidalgo 7, Wilcox 5, D.Wilder3, H. Wilder 2, Stroup1, B.Simmons, C.Simmons,Kenny.Totals99-2229. Bend 22 23 13 13 — 71 Ridgeview 9 4 5 1 0 — 29 Three-pointgoals — Bend:Lundy2; Ridgeview: Durre2. Seaside Holiday Classic

ELMA(WASH.) (55) — Finger34,Goldsmith

10, McDonald2, Smythe2, Cristeli 2, Manshown2, Farrar1. Totals12 25-3555.

MADRAS (51) — Mariah Stacona31, Esqueval 10, Jones4, Wolfe3, J.Adams2, T.Adams1, K.Adams,Suppah,Hunt.Totals19 9-12 51. Elma 18 13 15 8 — 55 Madras 15 11 11 14 — 51 Three-point goals — Elma:Finger 3; Madras: Stacona 3, Esqueval. Klamafh Klash MAZAMA JV (53) Paschal 14, Rese11, Dorant 9, Rawle5, s Mathes5, Beret2, Hankins1. Totals 2011-22 53. CULVER(29) — AlyshaFritz 6, Slaght6, Sandy 4,Hoke3,Retano3,Lewis3,McKinney2 Totals 7 15-32. MazamaJV 17 1 9 8 9 — 5 3 Culver 6 7 5 1 1 — 29 Three -point goas — Mazama:Mathes,Rese; Culver:none. Class1A

Big SkyLeague

Klamath Kfash CHILOQUIN (45) — TrayvonBlackII, Mosttler 10, Rubidowx 7, Panazoo6, Brown6, Miler 5, Utley, Cooper.Totals 14 13-2545. CULVER (55) —GersonGonzalez38,Gibson12, Slaght 7, Fritz 3, beeper3, McDonald I, LeQuieu, Lofting. Totals 2313-1755. Chifoquin 8 7 20 10 — 45 Culver 14 18 20 14 — 55 Three-pointgoals—Chiloquin: Black2, Mosttler, Panazoo;Culver: Gonzalez3, Gibson2, Fritz, beeper.

CENTRALCHRISTIAN(9) — Desi Duke5, Stealey 4,Hannay,McAfee, Allen, A. Brunoe.Totals 2 5-16 9. ECHO(55) — KatelynElligson17, Chandler17, Ranger 8,Marcum5, McCarty 3, Tarvin2, Ibarra2, Longhom I,ParksI, Cox,Srofe, Wagner. Totals 23 8-15 57. Central Christian 0 2 5 2 — 9 Echo 8 16 21 11 — 55 Three-point goals — Central Christian: None; EchoRanger,Elligson.

Class1A Big SkyLeague

Wrestling

CENTRALCHRISTIAN(30) — StevenSibley 10, Bryant 9,Stewart6, Eells 5, Poole,Koo,Kruse, Roberts,Davis.Totals 10 4-5 30. ECHO (55) — TreveMoffit16, Hughes9, Betencourt 7,Enright6, Tappo 6, Chavez5, Guterrez 6, B. Moffit 2,Thompson2,Denning, Barrera, Allen,Goldie, Murstig.Totals 235-11 55. C entral Christian 2 9 5 14 — 3 0 Echo 17 15 20 2 — 55 Three-pointgoals —Central Christian: Stewart, EeIs ;Echo:Tappo2,Chavez,Bettencourt.

Girls basketball Friday's Results Intermountain Conference

Friday's results Culver 45, Vashon Island (Wash.) 30 At Roseburg 106 — Chase Wickman,Vl,def.Jonathan Krueger, C, 6-3.113— Eddie Vrlarreal, C,winsbyforfeit. 120 Shane Wiliams,Vf,pinsChandler Honeywell, C.125 —JaredKasch, C,pinsClydePruet, Vl 132—Tucker Davis, C,pinsTreFiggins, Vf.138 — Bolt Anglen,C, pins ElanPeterson, Vl. 145 —LeviVincent, C,pins FletcherCall, VI.152 Kyle Belanger,C, pins Baxter Call, Vl.150 — KyleEasterly, C, pinsLoganNelson, Vl. 170 —EstebanGutierrez, C., def.ColeDevereaux, 10-7. 182 —ShaneArmstrong, Vl, pinsMitch Adams, C. 195 PrestonMorris,Vl, def.JordanHenson, C, 5-2.220 —A.J.Sawyer, Vl, pinsJakeStils, C. 285 —LouisJovanovich,Vl, pinsRyanGregory,C.

MLB

M's sign Bonderman to minor league deal By Geoff Baker

The Seattle Times

SEATTLE — Jeremy Bonderman says hi s t w o -year b reak from pitching in t h e majors has done him some

good. T he l on g t im e Pas c o , Wash., resident signed a minor-league contract with the Mariners on Friday and will come to spring training looking to win a job in the team's starting rotation. He's throw-

ing again after undergoing

"Tommy J o h n " li g a m ent transplant surgery in A p ril,

dropped 30 pounds by changing his diet and no l onger feels burned out by baseball like he once did. "I just thought it would be a good idea to give it one last shot," Bonderman, 30, a longtime Detroit T igers starter and former first-round pick of the Oakland Athletics, said by phone after agreeing to the deal. The Mariners were one of a handful of teams to express interest in Bonderman, and their proximity to his home, where he's helping raise two children, ages 6 and 3, made it a good fit. Nobody came to see Bonderman throw before the deal, though he's been doing so for several months in a "shop" he built for himself in a

steel hangar-type of building near his home. B onderman i n s t alled a mound in the building and soon tried his first in a series of a w k w ar d p o s t-surgery throws he remembers well. "It was kind of weird," he said. "I had no idea what to expect." It took him a while to get comfortable throwing again. But soon, he was convinced his comeback could resume at the big-league level. He's been working out six

days a week, dropping his oldest child off at school and then hitting the gym for several hours. The potato chips and soda he used to enjoy are now out of his home and he no longer eats late-night meals. He has dropped 30 pounds t o roughly 2 15, th e s a me

weight he came out of Pasco

High School carrying when drafted by the A's in 2001. B onderman made hi s b i g league debut at age 20, was the opening day starter for the Tigers by 2005 and went 14-8 with a 4.08 earned-run average over 214 innings with Detroit during their World Series finalist run in 2006. He got off to a fast start in 2007 aftersigning a four-year, $38 million deal, but won just four games in the second half. He missed most of 2008 with a blood clot, made just one start in 2009 before a shoulder injury sidelined him, then had a 5.53 ERA in 2010. Bonderman h a d o p e n ly mused about retirement in 2010, saying he was burned out by too many injury rehabilitations and s t ruggles. He says he then blew out his elbow working out that winter in hopes of signing with Cleveland and lost his chance when the extent of the damage was discovered. That was when Bonderman decided to take a year off. It was several months later he realized he still had the desire to play again, so he had the surgery in April to fix the elbow and see whether he could still throw. "My kids are getting a kick out of seeing their dad go through t h i s," B o nderman sa>d. He'll leave the T r i-Cities for Peoria, Ariz., to train at the team's complex about five weeks before spring training. The Mariners have a vacancy in their rotation after this week's trade that sent Jason Vargas to the Angels for Kendrys Morales. Rumors persist that the Mariners are looking to acquire more pitching, possibly Rick Porcello of the Tigers — a former Bonderman teammate. Bonderman says he didn't try anycareer outside ofbaseball during his time away and isn't sure what he'll do next if this comeback falls short. " I guess I'll have to f i nd something else to do eventually," he said.

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a ras 0 s eea Bulletin staff report SEASIDE Madras saw a 10-point third-quarter lead get flipped to a two-point deficit late in the fourth quarter, but a Steele Haugen three-pointer with 16 seconds left in the game and a pair of free throws by Jered Pichette allowed the White Buffaloes to escape with a 50-47 boys basketball win over Astoria at the Seaside Holiday Classic on Friday night.

Bend (3-3) with 15 points, 13 rebounds and f ou r b l ocks, and Connor Scott added 14 points, five boards and three steals. George Mendazona led Ridgeview (2-6) with 18 points, and Tanner O'Neal and Jack Bowman contributed 11 and 10 points, respectively. Justin Alvarez recorded eight points to go along with six rebounds for the Ravens. Bend faces West Albany at th e Les Schwab Holiday Hoopfest at Summit on Thursday, and Ridgeview "I'm proud of the guys," opens up the Sisters Holiday Tournament against Creswell Madras coach Allen Hair said. " They f ought a l l the same day. the way to the end, and I Central Linn...... . . . . . . . . . . 46 LaPine.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 thought we deserved it." The W h it e B u f f aloes SEASIDE — Gavin Boen led by 10 points midway scored nine points, grabbed through the third quarter, five rebounds, dished out four but Madras was held score- assists and r ecorded three less during the final four steals for the Hawks, but La minutes of the period, and Pine could not overcome a a Fisherman three-pointer four-point third quarter deficit with I minute, 20 seconds, during their second game of left in the game put Astoria the Seaside Holiday Classic. ahead by two. Cameron Kraft added nine With 16 seconds remain- points and Sam Wieber coning, Pichette fed Haugen for tributed eight points, six of a three, and after the White which came off t hree-pointBuffaloesforced a turnover ers. La Pine (4-6 overall) plays on the ensuing possession, Elma, Wash., today at 10:30 P ichette sank t w o f r e e a.m. in its final game of the throws to seal the win. tournament. "I think we grew up a Culver..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 little bit today," said Hair, Chiloquin..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 whose team improved to KLAMATH FALLS — Ger5-3 on the season. "It could s on Gonzalez racked up a have been very easy for us g ame-high 38 points to g o to give up in the last two along with nine rebounds as minutes, but the guys got the Bulldogs (5-2) claimed a done what needed to get Klamath Klash win at Mazadone." ma High School to earn a spot Rodney Mitchell led the in the tournament championWhite Buffaloes with 17 ship against Gold Beach topoints, Pichette and Devon day. Clay Gibson finished with Wolfe each scored eight, 12 points, and Zach Lofting and Haugen finished with hauled in seven rebounds. seven points. Echo.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Madras, which earned Central Christian.... . . . . . . . 30 ECHO — The Tigers outits second straight trip to the title game of the Sea- scored the Cougars 14-2 in the side tournament, takes on fourth quarter of their Class either Estacada or Seaside IA Big Sky League contest, for the tournament champi- but a 53-16 deficit could not onship today. be overcome en route to CenIn other Friday action: tral Christian's fifth straight BOYS BASKETBALL loss. Steven Sibley led the TiB end ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 gers with 10 points, and Isaac R idgeview.... . . . . . . . . . . 58 Bryant chipped in with nine The Lava Bears claimed points. Central Christian (0-3 a 33-24 lead at the half, BSL, 1-5 overall) next hosts but a rally by the visiting Horizon Christian (Hood RivRavens pu t Ri d g eview er)for a conference matchup ahead by two points with on Jan. 4. about two minutes left in GIRLS BASKETBALL the game. Bend began to Bend..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 press defensively, result- Ridgeview..... . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 ing in a pivotal fastbreak REDMOND — Th e L ava layup, and the Bears hit Bears jumped out to a 45-13 all 10 of their free throws lead at the half en route to an down the stretch to earn Intermountain Hybrid win and the Intermountain Hybrid their third victory in a r ow. win. David Larson paced Four players scored in double

figures for Bend, which was led by Jessica McClay's gamehigh 17 points. Makeila Lundy finished with 14 points, and Kendall Kramer and Mekayla Isaak tallied 11 and 10 points, respectively. Kendal Durre led the Ravens with 11 points, and McKenzie Hidalgo added sev-

E cho.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 7 C entral Christian ..... . . . . . . . 9 ECHO — The Tigers found themselves in a 24-2 hole at the half before dropping their third straight Class IA Big Sky League contest, this one at the hands of the Cougars. Desi Duke paced the Tigers with en. Bend (4-2) opens up the Les five points, and Kelsey Stealey Schwab Holiday Tournament added four. Central Christian at Summit with a m atchup (0-3 BSL, 1-6 overall) returns against Roseburg on Thurs- to action Jan. 4, when the Tiday. Ridgeview (1-6) competes gers host Horizon Christian of in the Sisters Holiday Tourna- Hood River. ment the same day against the WRESTLING host Outlaws. C ulver.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Elma (Wash.)............ ... 55

Vashon Island (Wash.)......30

Madras..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 SEASIDE — After spotting the Eagles a 15-0 lead 4'/z minutes into the game, the White B uffaloes closed th e g a p , but the initial deficit proved too much to overcome in the t eams' second game of t he Seaside Holiday Classic. Mariah Stacona led Madras with 31 points, almost as many as Elma's Megan Finger, who

ROSEBURG — Tr a i l i ng 30-6, the Bulldogs rallied for the victory in an event pitting

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Washington against t eams from Oregon. The dual started at 182 pounds, and Culver won just one of the first seven matches, a forfeit victory. But Jared Kasch at 126 pounds started the turnaround for the Bulldogs, who won the final seven matches. Tucker Davis

"It was a one-on-one show," Buffs coach Michael Osborne said, referring to Stacona, who also recorded seven steals, and Finger. Vanessa Esqueval was also in d ouble figures for the Buffs (2-6) with 10 points. Madras' final contest of the three-day tournament is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. today. Mazama JV..... . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Culver..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 KLAMATH FALLS — The B ulldogs s t r u ggled e a r l y against the Class 4A Vikings and fell behind 38-13 at halftime. Culver ( 2-5 o v erall), which plays Henley's JV at 9 a.m. today, managed just seven field goals against Mazama. Freshman Alysha Fritz led the Bulldogs with eight points. Fellow freshman Reanne Slaght added six points.

(132), Bolt Anglen (138), Levi Vincent (145), Kyle Belanger

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Teen Continued from C1 At 17 years, 9 months, Shiffrin became the third youngest American to win a World Cup race behind Kiki Cutter (16 years, 7 months) and Judy

Nagel (17 years, 5 months).

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Redmond's Riley Sappington (11) shoots the ball around Summit defender Sarah Heinly (1) to score during the second quarter of Friday night's game at Summit High School in Bend.

Storm Continued from C1 Redmond made just two of three shots from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter and was only five of 13 from the line the entire game. "We had a few key turnovers in the fourth quarter that made the difference," Panthers coach Angela Capps said. "Summit took advantage of that." Sarah Heinly and Emily Hasenoehrl added six points apiece for Summit. Heinly, the Storm's sharp-shooting freshman, drilled a

three-pointer midway through the fourth quarter that gave Summit a 38-33 lead and helped spark a 15-3 run that sealed the win for the home team. "That three was huge for us," Summit coach Ryan Cruz said. Both squads are off until Thursday. Redmond plays Junction City in the first round of the Sisters Holiday Tournament, and the Storm entertain Liberty High of Hillsboro at their own holiday event.

to ski faster — and freer. "I know how to deal with nerves better," said Shiffrin, who currently leads the World Cup slalom standings over Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany. "Any doubts I have, I just push them away and deal with the task at hand. I'm trying to keep it really simple." Simple may be the best way to describe her skiing as well. There's no wasted movement as she navigates through a course. She said that's from skiing in the powder and over bumps back home in Vail,

Schildoutthree monthsafter knee surgery INNSBRUCK, Austria — Marlies Schild of Austria will be out three

Vonn didn't win her first bigleague event until 20. The thrill f el t p r ecisely the way Shiffrin thought it would, too. A f ter h o lding nothing back in her second run of a night slalom, Shiffrin quickly glanced at the clock. F irst place, b y a sli m margin. She held her b reath as Frida Hansdotter of Sweden careened down the course, unable to match her time. Stunned, Shiffrin glanced around the crowd for the one person she wantedto see more than any other — her mom. They've become a team within a team on the tour. Her mom follows along to the races, just to keep her from getting too homesick. Eileen Shiffrin also provides h ome-cooked meals f r o m their base of operations — a rented apartment in Austria — and helps her daughter with homework. "I kept seeing her across the fence and couldn't get to her," Mikaela Shiffrin said. "I finally saw her and I could release some of my emotions. Hearing her say, 'Great job,' and 'I love you' and 'I'm so proud of you'was just the best thing. That's when I started to realize I had worked so hard for this, and she's been here the whole time. "This is wonderful." That new approach appears to be working out just fine for Shiffrin. See, she no longer worries about being fast enough to earn a second run or frets about being able to keep up with the skiers she grew up idolizing. All those thoughts used to cross her mind before she pushed out of the starting

months following knee surgery and won't be able to defend her world

slalom title in her home country in February. The Austrian ski fed-

eration says Schild had surgery Friday in Innsbruck for a torn collateral

ligament in her right knee.

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Schild was hurt Thursday during training at the

trails lined with trees. "I would think of the trees World Cup slalom in Are, as slalom gates, except you Sweden. really don't want to hit them," Schild also missed the she said. "You have to keep world championships in everything in and stable." 2009 because of aninjury And when she's really on but came back to win the her game, it's almost like she world title in 2011. Schild can hear a beat in her head. is a four-time World Cup " The gates h i t ting t h e slalomchampion.Shehas ground — it's like a song, won 33 races in the diswhen the drums go berserk," cipline, one short of Vreni she said. "That really helps Schneider's record. me. It's like, 'OK, let's try to — The Associated Press pick up the pace here. The drum tempo is picking up.' I can feel myself hitting the "I've been in this position gates faster. I hear the tempo a couple of times now and in my mind and all of a sudgave it away because I was den I'm in the zone and can't thinking too much about to- be distracted." day being my day," said ShifAlthough Shiffrin primarfrin, who's finishing up high ily concentrates on the techschool by taking online class- nical events, someday down es through Burke Mountain the road she'd like to try the Academy in Vermont. "I kept downhill and super-G. But telling everybody I won't win that's a conversation for a difuntil I'm ready. I couldn't tell ferent time, once she gets her you when that's going to be, technique mastered. "My main goal right now but I hoped it was soon. "All of a sudden, I just felt is to really dial in my slalom ready. I guess that's how I and giant slalom," she said. knew. There wasn't one spe- "Under the pressure of raccific thing that happened. For ing, I need to bring out my some reason, I decided to put best skiing. But I'm itching to everything away and r ace go fast. I love speed." She's not alone. The U.S. like I'm never going to race again. It worked." squad is experiencing quite Did it ever. a renaissance this season, She's come so close to win- with Leanne Smith, Stacey ning before, taking third in a Cook and Marco Sullivan all slalom race in Lienz, Austria, earning podium spots, while last December for her first veteran Steven Nyman won podium finish. his first downhill race since A month ago in Levi, Fin- 2006. gate. It was a heavy burden to land, she b r ok e t h r ough That c ertainly i n s pired carry down the slopes. again, capturing third in anShiffrin. "The U.S. Ski Team is on N ow, there's onl y t h i s other slalom event. floating through her mind: About t h en , s o mething fire right now," Shiffrin said. She's ready for success. Go dawned on her. She was hold- "They kind of stoked the fire, for it. Stop over-analyzing ing herself back. By letting go really started the fire, and I'm everything. of expectations, she was able trying to keep it lit right now."

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No. 6 Indiana rolls pastFloridaAtlantic The Associated Press BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana already had the nation's top scoring team. W ith a s h ort b r eak a n d some extra practice, the Hoosiers are getting even better. Cody Zeller finished with 24 points and six rebounds, Christian Watford added 17 points and No. 6 Indiana continued its dominant offense in Friday's88-52 rout over Florida Atlantic. "I think we're playing bet-

ter defense, we're playing better in t r ansition, I t h i nk our defense is the reason we do so well on offense," Victor Oladipo said. "We have a lot of weapons, we have the big fellow inside and different players scoring. But when we play defenseand we score offturnovers, we play at a high level, we score easy baskets." Whatever the explanation,

the Hoosiers (II-I) have been efficient since Saturday's loss to Butler. They are a combined 64 of 106 from the field (60.4 percent) in the past two games, have l i m ited t h os e o v e rmatched opponents to 36 of 110 (32.8 percent shooting) and won the games by a combined total of 75 points. On Friday, they made 26 of27 free throws. Those numbers would be even more lopsided ifcoach Tom Crean hadn't pulled his p rimary players late in t h e game — or if Indiana hadn't

gone through a cold spell in the closing minutes. But none of those things m attered to a t eam that i s playing as if it belongs back in the No. I spot in the AP poll. Zeller controlled the inside all night as Indiana held a 4128 rebounding edge, and he

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turns out well." It's not just the gifts that make a bowl experience special. The Rose Bowl takes the teams to Disneyland and to Lawry's restaurant in Beverly Hills, where players compete to see which team can eat the most prime rib. But the other gifts count too. This year the Rose Bowl is offering a gift suite where players from Stanford and Wis-

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Improbable as this may sound, if next month yousee a young man, early 20s, wearing a fleece pullover, walking down the street flipping a coin and trying to find an outlet to

use his Helen of Troy hair dryer, you're probably passing a USC Trojan just back from the Sun Bowl. You see, it's not all about the game in bowl season. It's also about the swag. The NCAA allows each of the 35 bowls a chance to offer players up to $550 in gifts. Some don't give a lot of other gifts and use most of the $550 for a gift suite where items are assigned a number and players pick items until they've reached a certain number. If the bowl offers a lot of other gifts, the amount a player can "spend" in the suite is less; either way the total value of the gifts for each player must not exceed $550. Some bowls don't bother with the suite. The Sun Bowl in El Paso, which is hosting USC and Georgia Tech, will be offering players a coin, a Timely watch, a Majestic fleece, a Top of the World cap and a Helen of Troy hair dryer. It's almost as if the Sun Bowl folks knew they were getting USC. A Helen of Troy hair dryer? UCLA can taunt its crosstown rival. The Bruins are going to the Holiday Bowl with Baylor and the teams will get a Best Buy gift card, a Tourneau watch, a gift certificate from Maui Jim sunglasses and a bowl cap. How important is the swag? UCLA didn't make players available to chat about the idea because Coach Jim Mora wanted the players to be surprised. We hate to burst his bubble but the information is all over the Internet and, now, in the paper. Gina Chapin of the Rose Bowl helps pick out gifts each year. "It's fun for us," she said, "and we know it's fun for the kids. We try to gather as much input from the previous years as possible, what players liked and didn't like, and then change. "I would say everybody would tell you that a ring you can wear your whole adult life is popular, an electronics piece (television, iPad, etc.), a wearable, and some unique gift, that

consin will "get to go shopping," Chapin said. Among the gifts they'll be choosing from in the suite are a recliner and a blender. Chapin and a committee meet in February to start planning for the next year. Chapin said when iPods first came out someone on the committee suggested them. "But we realized that by the time the Rose Bowl arrived, every kid would have one." Clothing is difficult, Chapin said, because of sizing issues. "We try to get creative, so we're putting the blender in the suite this year knowing guys are trying to eat healthy." Chapin said she got a kick out of an unnamed Wisconsin player who, the past two years,spent every possible second allowed circling the gift table, trying to figure out the combination he wanted. "It was a hoot," Chapin said. "Also, players will be on the phone with mothers or girlfriends asking them what they want." Heather Houston, executive director of the Texas Bowl in Houston, where Minnesota plays Texas Tech, said, "It's usually the big technology the kids get excited about. We try to give one technology item, something they're proud to wear and a regional item like a belt buckle." The concept of the gift suite has been traced to the2008 Orange Bowl, and has been creditedto Jon Cooperstein, who works forPerformance Awards Center in Carrollton, Texas. He said players used to get a bag, a watch and nothing else. "This is better," he said. Jon Arnett, an All-American halfback at USC who graduated in 1956, had an easy answer for what players in his day received at bowl games. "Nada," he said. So, Trojans, enjoy that fleece, flip that coin, dry your hair early and often. And be thankful you can.

I NDIANAPOLIS — Th e NCAA released a package of proposals Friday that would change the recruiting calendar, lift restrictions on how and how often coaches can contact recruits, and a l low athletes to accept more money for participating in non-scholastic events. All the proposals are expected to be voted on Jan. 19 at the NCAA's annual convention near Dallas. If approved, they could take effect Aug. l. This is th e f i rst detailed glimpse into how the NCAA intends to rewrite its m assive rulebook and Jim Barker, chairman of th e N CAA rules c o m mittee w o r k i ng on the plan, said the goal is "smarter rules and tougher enforcement."

If the package is approved, the overall result would provide coaches with more leeway in recruiting. The hope is that athletes will build more meaningful rel a t i onships with their coaches, and they will get more opportunities to showcase their skills in front

of col lege andpro scouts. Campus leaders are embracing the moves, too. "We have tokeep track of all that now," Indiana athletic director Fred Glass said before the sixth-ranked Hoosiers

hosted Florida Atlantic on Friday night. "If we don't have to do that, it will eliminate a substantial part of it." One key recommendation would create a uniform recruiting calendar for all sports and allow coaches to begin contacting potential recruits after July I of their sophomore year, though coaches would still have to abide by the nocontact periods. "The rules group believes that the uniform r ecruiting date will create significant ease of administration on campus, make the rules more understandable and allow for better recruiting decisions from both the coachand prospective student-athlete," said Barker, the Clemson president. Those were the goals NCAA President Mark Emmert outlined more than a year ago when he backed the move to shrink the rulebook following a year ofmajor college scandals that included stripping a national champion of its title, a Heisman Trophy winner giving back his trophy, criminal allegations and the accusation that another Heisman winner's father was peddling his son's services. In the wake of so much turmoil, Emmert held a presidential retreat in August 2011 to acknowledge that the governing body needed to focus more

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Successful tournaments Several long-running Central Oregon golf tournaments were not played this year, most notably the Deschutes Brewery Sagebrush Classic, which had brought in more than $2 million to Central Oregon charities since first teeing off in 1990. But after losing money in 2011, which tournament organizers blamed on brush Classic was put on permanent hold. Smaller golf t ournaments can still be a winner if organizers know the challenges, says Zach Lampert, head professional at Prineville's Meadow Lakes Golf Club, which hosts myriad f u n draising e vents each season. "Most charities that we host don't tend to realize how much work it takes, and how early they need to start in order to be successful," Lampert says. "You have to start m onths and months in advance, and really hit it hard to get a large field ... especially if the event is new." Lampert should know. In addition to his day job with Meadow Lakes, he coaches Crook County High School's boys golf team and organizes the Crook County High School Golf Team Benefit Tournament each spring. The benefit drew 144 golfers this past April, about the same as in 2011. And though the tournament raised slightly less this year than the $10,000 it brought in 2011, it still has held relatively steady, Lampert says. The key is providing golfers more than just 18 holes of golf, supplying extras such as enticing food and generous prizes for the competition. "We end up spending in total — with golf, carts, prizes, and food — nearly $10,000,"

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Feb. 22 —CentralOregonWinter Serieseventat CrookedRiverRanch Aggregateshamble begins with an11 a mshotgun Two-personteamswith nomore than one professional allowedper team.Cost is $30 for professionals,$50lor amateurs. Cost includes gross andnet skins competitions. Cartcostsextra. All playersmustsign upbynoonontheThursday beforetheevent. Toregister orfor moreinformation, call PatHuffer,headproat CrookedRiver Ranch, at 541-923-6343 or email himat crrpat©crookedriverranch.com Hole-In-One Report March 2 — Polar BearOpenis an individual stroke-playtournament at MeadowLakesGolf Course Dec. 12 in Prineville.Individualstroke-playtoumament teesotf BANDONCROSSINGS (BANDON) with a10a.m.shotgun. Costis $20plus greenfee. For Charles Berry, Bend No. 9.............145yards........... 8-iron more informationorto register, call theMeadowLakes pro shopat541-447-7113. March 15 — Central OregonWinter Series Calendar at JuniperGolf Course in Redmond BetterThe Bulletin welcomes contributions to event ball tournamentbegins with an 11 am. shotgun. its weekly local golf events calendar. Items Two-personteamswith no morethanoneprofesshouldbe mailed to P.O.Box 8020,Bend,OR sional allowedperteam. Cost is $30 for profes97708; taxed to the sports deparlment at 541$50lor amateurs.Cost includesgrossand 385-0831; or emailed to sportsObendbulletin. sionals, net skinscompetitions. Cartcosts extra. ARplayers com. must sign up bynoononthe Thursdaybeforethe event. Toregister or lor moreinlormation, call Pat TOURNAMENTS Huffer, headpro at CrookedRiver Ranch,at 541Jan. 18 — Central Oregon Winter Series 923-6343 or email him at crrpat©crookedriverevent atKah-Nee-TaHigh Desert ResortnearWarm ranch.com. Springs Better-ball tournamentbeginswith an 11 March 22 — Central OregonWinter Series a.m. shotgun.Two-person teamswith no morethan event PronghornClub's Nicklaus Course near one professional allowedper team.Cost is $30 Bend.at Scramblebeginswith an 11 a.m.shotgun. tor protessionalsr$50for amateurs. Cost includes Two-personteamswith no morethanoneprofesgross andnet skins competitions. Cartcostsextra. sional allowedperteam. Cost is $30 for profesAll playersmustsign upbynoonon the Thursday sionals, $50for amateurs. Cost includesgrossand belore theevent. Toregister orfor moreinformation, net skinscompetitions. Cartcosts extra. ARplayers call PatHuffer, headproat CrookedRiver Ranch, at must sign up bynoononthe Thursdaybeforethe 541-923-6343oremail himatcrrpatOcrookedriverevent. Toregister or for moreintormation, call Pat ranch.com Huffer, headpro at CrookedRiver Ranch,at 541Feb. 1 — CentralOregonWinter Seriesevent at 923-6343 or email him at crrpat©crookedriverMeadow LakesGolf Clubin Prinevil e. Triple-six tour- ranch.com.

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on enforcing the rules that go to the heart of college sports — fair play, ethical behavior and tough penalties that dissuade coaches from considering cost-benefit analyses when making decisions about playing by the rules. Some rules, Emmert acknowledged are simply unenforceable or so narrow they consume too much time and effort at the institution level and the NCAA level. That's one reason another proposal would allow coaches to reach out to players through any communication mode with no limitation on the number of contacts. College basketball coaches were given that ability in June, and now the w orking g roup Barker has led wants to extend those privileges to all sports. "I've always thought they should let that go anyways and let th e m a rketplace decide," Glass said when asked about lifting the contact restrictions.

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back. "Historically, the event raises about $10,000, which is enough to fund the (boys

and girls) golf programs for the year. We have developed a great following, and most of our participants come back from year to year."

Putting it all together Every f u ndraiser pr aises the help of local golf courses, which often offer heavily discounted rounds of golf to allow the nonprofits enough margin to raise funds, tournament or-

ganizers say. And n onprofits t y pically rely heavily on volunteers to produce the event. Still, it can be difficult to make the events worthwhile. "Finding merchants to donate quality items for prizes, businesses to sponsor holes and golfers to part with their d iscretionary i n c om e ( a r e

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magazine's January issue. Golf Digest asked 1,100 of its panelists to rate U.S. destinations they have visited by

scoring them on ascale of one through10, according to the

magazine. Central Oregon was cited for the appeal of its public-

access courses — primarily Pronghorn Club's Nicklaus Course, Tetherow Golf Club

and Sunriver's Crosswater Club. All three are ranked in Golf Digest's list of America's

100 Greatest Golf Courses, which were selected by the

same 1,100 panelists. This region was not the top pick from Oregon. The South-

ern Oregon Coast waspicked No. 1 based primarily on Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

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Hawaii's Big Island (No. 13), Coeur d'Alene, Idaho (No. 19), Las Vegas (No. 22) andPhoenix (No. 23). — Bulletin staff report

Darleen R odgers, d i r ector of resource development for the United Way of Deschutes County, which hosted its United Way Charity Golf Classic in July at Sunriver Resort's Crosswater Club. "For United Way of D eschutes County, our Golf Classic offers not only a very valuable source of revenue, but also an opportunity for United Way supporters to come together for a fun gathering with friends at a beautiful venue," says Rodgers, adding that the benefitraised about $20,000 in 2012, about even with the amount raised in 2011. The c a maraderie a l o ne m akes golf an d c h arity a good match for many of the

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Mark Crose, the former general manager at Redmond's Juniper Golf Club who helps organize the Red Dog Classic for the Humane Society of Redmond, says the tournament actually increased its the biggest challenges)," says take this season. Cheryl Tanler-Reich, commitHe believes that with the tee chairwoman for Golfers right ingredients, golf will conFor Scholars, a tournament tinue to be an effective means at Eagle Crest Resort that of raising funds for nonprofits. "Juniper Golf Course was raises funds fo r R e dmond High S c hool's s cholarship very helpful in providing us a program. good dateand a price tha tgave "You need a good team of us an opportunity to make a organizers who will volunteer decent profit," Crose says. "We their time to solicit players, still feel that golf is a very viamoney and prizes every day," ble option for fundraising and she adds. "Everyone waits un- will host another tournament til the last minute to commit, next year." — Reporter: 541-617-7868, so you never know how suc-

cessful (or unsuccessful) your t ournament is going to b e . It's nerve-racking but usually comes together and turns out to be a great time for everyone involved." In the end, though, the benefits often can be about more than bringing in money, says

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Payrolls rise in 30 states Payrolls increased in 30 states in November,

andtheunemployment rate dropped in 45, showing the job market

improved across much of the United States

even as superstorm Sandy represented a setback for the Northeast. North Carolina led the nation with a 30,600 gain in payrolls, followed by Florida with

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NEW YORK — A former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager was indicted Friday on securities fraud and conspiracy charges in a casethat federal prosecutors have called the most lucrative insider trading scheme ever uncovered. A federal grand jury in Manhattan indicted the former portfolio manager,

Mathew Martoma, a month after the government arrested on him charges that he used inside tips about a clinical drug trial to help SAC earn profits and avoided losses totaling $276 million. While Stamford, Conn.based SAC has been touched by several insider trading cases in recent years, there is heightened attention surrounding the Martoma prosecution. For the first time, the

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24,500 more jobs, figures from the Labor

Department showed Friday in Washington. Employment dropped by 33,500 in New York

and fell by 8,100 in New Jersey in the wake of

storm. Employers nationwide added 146,000 jobs last month.

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holidays and making up for shopping lost to superstorm Sandy. Purchasesincreased 0.4 percent last month

after a 0.1 percent drop in October that was smaller

than previouslyestimated, CommerceDepartment figures showed Friday in Washington. The gain matched the median forecast of 80

economists surveyed by Bloomberg. Incomes rebounded after being

depressed in October by lost wages due toSandy. — From wire reports

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Government regulators moved a big step closer Friday to allowing the first genetically engineered animal — a fast-growing salmon — to enter the nation's food supply. The Food and Drug Administration said it had concluded that the genetically engineered salmon would have "no significant impact" on the environment. The agency also said the salmon was "as safe as food from conventional Atlantic salmon." While the agency's draft environmental assessment, posted on its website, will be open to public comment for 60 days, it now seems highly likely that the salmon will be

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Croutons 564 N.E. Greenwood Ave. Owner:Bart Butler

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cation and the five other Croutons in San Diego, Calif. He said the look will differ from the westside restaurant with a more modern, urban decor. It will

also be better equippedfor graband-go purchases, hesaid. But, the menu will remain the same, with the addition of a couple of

eastside location in June hoping to branch out to what he consid-

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began to transform the former Renew Fitness building into the sandwich andsalad shop.

is being remodeled to contain a full operating kitchen for the res-

Hodge Kerr, of Kirby Nagelhout Construction Co. and the

and new storefront windows are begin installed, he said.

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An FDA spokesman said it was not possible to predict when such a decision might be made. The environmental assessment was dated May 4. It was unclear why it took until now for it to be released, but backers of bringing the salmon to market believe it was because the Obama administration was afraid of an unfavorable consumer reactionbefore the election in November. Some environmental and consumer groups quickly condemned the FDA assessment Friday. "The GE salmon has no socially redeeming value," Andrew Kimbrell, executive director of the Center for Food Safety, a Washington

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Advertising targeting kidscuts back on sugar, promoteshealthier foods By Tiffany Hsu Los Angeles Times

Marketers selling food to children and teens spent 20 percent less in 2009 than they did in2006 and are making "modest nutritional improvements" to the products they promote, according to a new government report. Advertisers shelled out nearly $1.8 billion to target consumers ages 2 to 17, down from the $2.1 billion they allocated three years earlier, accordingtothe FederalTrade Commission. But most of the decline came from a switch to online commercials from expensive television spots. Spending on youth food marketing for new media-

which includes Internet, mobile and viral spots — soared 50 percent over the period, according to the report. But at least companies

are making more of an effort to hawk more healthful foods to young consumers, according to the report. The FTC compiled its information partly through subpoenas of 48 major food and beverage marketers. Cereals aimed at children had less sugar and slightly more whole grain in 2009;marketing ofuber-sweet cerealswith 13 grams or more

of sugar per serving was "virtually eliminated," according to the report. "Kids' meals" at fast-food restaurants are now more nu-

tritious than other quick-service meals, it said. Advertised beverages had fewer calories, it said, but still averaged more than 20 grams of added sugar per serving. Water and pure juices made up only 16 percent of the drinks marketed to kidsand 8 percent ofthe ones directed at teens. "The encouraging news is that we're seeing promising signs that food companies are reformulating their products and marketing more nutritious foods to kids, especially among companies participating in industry self-regulatory efforts," FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz said in a statement. "But there is still room for improvement."

Hostessbrandsmaybe split up The Associated Press NEW YORK — Twinkies, Wonder Bread and Devil Dogs are likely to return to shelves in coming months, but probably not under the same owners. Hostess Brands Inc. said in bankruptcy court Friday that it's narrowing down the bids it receivedforits brands and expects to sell off its snack cakes and bread to separate buyers. The testimony came from an investment banker for Hostess, which is in the process of

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A likely suitor has emerged for the namesake Hostess brand, which includes Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Ho Hos, along with Dolly Madison cakes, which includes Coffee Cakes and Zingers, saidJoshua Scherer ofPerella Weinberg Partners. He said another viable bid was made for Drake's cakes, which includes Devil Dogs, Funny Bones and Yodels. That bidder also wants to buy the Drake's plant in Wayne, N.J., which Scherersaid isthe country's

only kosher bakery plant. Additional bids have been submitted for its bread brands, which include Wonder and Home Pride. Hostess expects to file binding "stalking horse" bids for many of its brands in January. Those filings would be followed by a four-week auction process. Scherer said the auctions could be very activeforsome ofthe brands, given the number of parties that have expressed interest. Sales could be completed by as early as mid-March.

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Local paralympic group starts U.S. Paralympics, a division ofthe U.S. Olympic Committee,

and Bend-basedOregon Adaptive Sports have teamed up to create

Paralympic Sport Central Oregon, a community-based sports and activity club for youth

and adults with physical and visual disabilities, regardless of skill level.

• Five years after its reopening, the Pine Theater ismorethan just a movie house ithasbecome acommunity'shub

The programs and activities will be based

in Central Oregonand run by OregonAdaptive Sports. Some 21 million

By Mac MCLean •The Bulletin

Americans live with a physical or visual dis-

PRINEVILLE-

ability, including thou-

sands of military personnel who were injured

indi Nelson loves the movies so

while on active duty.

much she got married at one.

Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS)hasbeen providing safeandaffordable outdoor winter

"We named ourmovie the 'Love of a Lifetime,'" said

recreation opportunities

to such peoplefor16 years. OASoffers in-

Nelson, who held a Sept. 1 wedding ceremony

structional programs in

at Prineville's Pine Theater. The event featured

alpine andnordic skiing and snowboarding at

custom-made movie posters, a slide show of

Hoodoo and Mt. Bache-

lor ski resorts. Programs are meant to build confidence, independence and self-esteem inparticipants whoget to meet

pictures from when she and her now-husband dated, and popcorn and sodas from the theater's concession stand.

positive role models and

enjoy participation in the

And like a lot of small towns, Prineville's

activities. Paralympic Sport Clubs will soon be located in all 50 states. "Participation in

downtown theater was for decades a hub of

physical activity enhances not only self-esteem

courtship, entertainment and more.

community activity, a place for socializing,

and peer relationships, but also results in great-

But for more than two decades, the people of

er achievement, better

Prineville didn't have a theater. After a series of

overall health and higher quality of life," said Mike Mushett, the director of

temporary closures, the town's only movie theater

community programs for U.S. Paralympics.

— the Pine — closed its doors permanently in 1983

'SkidCar' can aid drivingskills

and Crook County residents were forced to drive to yu

Drivers who want to learn how to better drive

Redmond, Madras or Bend to catch the latest release. Former Portland residents Ali and Oniko

in winter conditions can participate in the Deschutes County Skid-

Mehrabi sought to change this problem when

Car training program. The classesare offered seven days aweek by appointment, with up

they moved to Prineville for a change of pace in

to three individuals per

and gave the city's residents a chance to go to the

September 2005, bought the theater, fixed it up

class. The classes cost $90

movies again.

per person; gift certifi-

cates are nowavailable. The classes areopen to anyone age15 and

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older. It involves one

hour of instruction in a classroom followed by

The PineTheater

three hours of driving.

What:Oregon's only two-screen, two-story theater. It seats170

The class utilizes a regu-

people in its first-floor theater and 49 people in its second-floor theater. Between 2,000 and 4,000 people visit the theater each

lar vehicle mounted on a frame with outriggers.

month. When:Movies are shown all days of the weekat various times.

The car is raised onto a lift and instructors can simulate driving condi-

Where:216 N. Main Street, Prineville

Cost:$7 per movie, a large popcorn costs $4

tions of ice, rain and snow.

Books sought for prisoninmates

Ryan Brennecke /The Bulletin

Contact:www.pinetheater.com or call its movie line at 541-4161014

After being closed for 25 years, the Pine Theater in Prineville has been open again for five years.

Through March, Go-

rilla Gospel Motorcycle Club will accept newand used books to begiven to inmates in Oregonvia its Brains OverChains program. The group of "sinners and ex-cons who have changed their lives and

now ride together" are working with the Oregon Department of Corrections to provide inmates

and prison libraries with books, according to a press release. Books will be accepted in Bend at Westside Church, 2051

N.W. Shevlin Park Road, and Urban Pointe Dance Center, 1245 S.E Third St. The books will be delivered to the Oregon State Prisons and Youth Authority on April1. Contact: www

.gorillagospel.com. — From staff reports

Lookingforeasy tree recycling' ?Justcallthe Scouts From staff reports Local Boy Scout troops will offer their annual Christmas tree recycling service Dec. 2930 and Jan. 5-6 in neighborhoods around Bend and in Sunriver, La Pine, Redmond, Sisters and Crooked River Ranch. Scout troops ask for a $5 donation per tree. They will collect trees at the curb and take them to be ground into mulch at Knott Landfill in Bend. The annual collection is a community service fundraiser for the scouts. Individual troops may have already posted a flyer on residents' doors, specifying the day of pickup and including instructions on handling the tree. If you did not receive a flyer, or need further assistance, call the appropriate telephone number listed below. Trees should be clean of all decorations — including lights, tinsel etc.— and removed from their stands. Place trees at the end of your driveway by 9 a.m. on the specified pickup day. Your $5 donation should be placed in a plastic

bag and secured to the tree with a rubber band. Checks can be made out to Boy Scouts of America. Proceeds directly support local scouts. For pickup, contact: • Southwest Bend (west of Third Street and south of Newport/Greenwood Avenue): 541-385-3977 • Northwest Bend (west of Third Street and north of Newport/Greenwood Avenue): 541-385-2692 • Northeast Bend (east of Third Street and north of Newport/Greenwood Avenue): 541-385-2672 • Southeast Bend (east of Third Street and south of Newport/Greenwood Avenue): 541-385-3942 • Sunriver: 541-385-3935 • La Pine: 541-358-3971 • Redmond: 541-385-3989 • Sisters: 541-385-2609 • Crooked River Ranch: 541-788-3375 (drop off trees at the old fire station hall from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 29-30 or Jan. 5-6).

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Members of Boy Scout Troop 25 recycle Christmas trees in Bend in 2011. This year, the recycling service will be offered Dec. 29-30 and Jan 5-6.


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How did Dec. 25 become official date of Jesus'birth'? By Andrew Santella Slate

Here's a thought for the harried among Us who are unreadyforthe arrivalofanother Christmas season: There was a time when some scholars argued that the holiday should be observed in the spring. It seems to us a matter of course that Christmas should come on Dec. 25. But over the past 2,000 years or so, the timing of Jesus' birth — which, as the bumper stickers like to remind us, is the original reason for the season — has generated considerablecontroversy. In fact, there has been enough u ncertainty about w hen t o celebrate Jesus' birthday that some Christians have chosen not to celebrate it at all. The Bible offers little help in resolving the question: No dates are offered in the Gospel stories. There isn't even a reference to the season of the year. Some readers have thought t hey detected a clue in t h e evangelist L u k e's m e ntion of shepherds tending their flocks at night as they hear the news of Jesus' birth. To some, this suggests not a December birth, but one during the

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Christian worshipers pray Friday in the Grotto at the Church of Nativity in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, traditionally believed by Christians to be the birthplace of Jesus. Scholarly opinion varies, however, as to whether the tradtional late December celebration of the Nativity is the correct season.

festivals, attached it s o w n t ut e d byEmperor Aurelian on Christmas celebration to enD e c . 25 , 274, was introduced courage thespread of Christi- in resp onse to the Christian anity. Business historian John o b serva nce. S teele Gordon has described The pagan festival "was alt he December dating of th e m o s t ce rtainly an attempt to Nativity as a kind of ancient- c r e ate a pagan alternative to a world marketing ploy. date that was already of some But some put forward an- s i g n ific ance to Roman Chrisother, less well-known ex t i a n s." According to Tighe, the planation for the Dec. 25 date p a gans co-opted the Christian — one with appeal for anyone h o l iday,not the other w ay spring lambing season, when uncomfortable with a c o n - ar o u n d. the animals would be free to n ection between Christmas But even to some Christians, roam out of their corrals. and the old solstice festivals. C h r i stm as has always seemed But wait: Advocates for a De- A ccording to some scholars, l i k e a version of a pagan feast cember Nativity answer that Christmas was set near the — and thereforeunworthy of sheep reservedfortemple sac- winter solstice not observance. rificeswould have grazed un- because of any paTheearlychurch fettered even in deepest winter. gan traditions but ~C C O l ~ fFig ~D father Origen arClearly, any d i spute that some scholars, gued against celhinges on knowledge of MidJe s u s' Christmas was ebrating dle Eastern livestock practices cal computations. birthday: "It is only of antiquity is not going to be This argument Set near the sinners like Pharesolved easily. hinges on an anraoh and H erod VI7jiitef SPIS)jCe cient Jewish tradiwho make great flOt geCBUSe No specifics in Bible tion that had the rejoicings over the Why should it matter? The great pro p h ets Of Bffg PBgBfl day on which they earliest C h r i stian wr i t e rs dyjW, o~ tho»me were born into this traditianS were moreinterested in Jesus' dates as their birth world." death and resurrection than or, a l t ernatively, The P u r i tans in his birth. The oldest of the their conception. OA a SerieS of 17 t h -century Gospels — Mark — makes no Thus, to followthis Pf gyC giie Massachusetts famention of Jesus' birth. Later, Pecullar assumPmously banned the Matthew and Luke offered ex- tion, the first step CalendriCal holiday, in part betravagant detail — stars, wise in dating Jesus' CO mpUtBtloiiS. cause they found men, mangers — but no spe- b irth w o ul d b e no Biblical authorcifics about timing. to date his death, ity for celebrating This didn't stop others from which the Gospels t he N ativity o n making their ow n g u esses. s ay happened at Passover. Dec. 2 5 . They also feared the lia-esque disorder and The theologian Clement of AiThe early Christian writer S a t urna exandria, writing around 200, Tertullian calculated that the r o w dine ss that seemed to go mentions some of the dates d ate given for Jesus' death in w i t h t h eholiday. that had by then already been John's Gospel corresponds to Quakers, t oo , a b stained proposed as the true date of M arch 25 in the Roman calen- f r o m celebrating. H a r r iet Jesus' birth. Spring Nativi- dar. Many Christian churches B e echer Stowe has a characties were popular, with dates came to celebrate the Feast of t e r in her 1878 novel "Poganuc in May, April and March be- the Annunciation, marking P e o ple"explain why his famn'tobserve Christmas: ing proposed. Dec. 25 was not the angel Gabriel's visit to the i l y does mentioned as a possibility. Virgin Mary to tell her that she "Nobody knows when Christ So how did we end up cele- w ould become the mother of w a s b onr , and there is nothing brating a wintry white Christ- Jesus, on this date. inthe B ible to tell us when to mas'? The church only settled Adding n in e m o nths t o ke e p Ch ristmas." on a Dec. 25 Christmas in the t his date produces a Dec. 25 Ther eis something familiar fourth century. The standard Christmas. aboutal1these erstwhile Christexplanation is that the early mas controversies. The holiday church conflated its celebra- Co-opted holiday? is still prime time for disputation of the Nativity with preThis alternative explana- tion. At this time of year, more existing pagan festivals. Ro- tion is sometimes deployed than any other, the sacred and mans had their Saturnalia, the to dismiss the notion that the the secular spend a lot of time ancient winter festival, and holiday had pagan roots. In jostling for space, and evennorthern E u ropean p eople a 2003 article in the journal tually, accommodating each had their own solstice tradi- Touchstone, for example, his- other.So, believers need not be tions. Among th e f eatures: torian William Tighe called threatened by Christmas' putaparties, gift-giving, dwellings the pagan origin of Christmas tive pagan roots. If the church "a myth w i thout h i storical repurposed the ol d s olstice decorated with greenery. The reasoning goes that the substance."He argued atleast feasts, it only goes to show its growing church, recognizing one pagan festival, the Roman power to bend the broader culthe popularity of the winter Natalis Solis Invictus, insti- ture to its pastoral purpose.

RELIGIOUS SERVICES To submit service information or announcements for religious organizations, email bulletin@bendbulletin.com or call 541-383-0358. Antioch Church: Senior Pastor Ken Wytsma; Sunday at9:30 a.m.; Redux Q-and-A after the service; Bend High School,230 N.E. Sixth St., Bend. Bend Christian Fellowship: Pastor Dave Miller; "Jesus theSavior"; Sunday at10 a.m.; 4twelve youth group: Wednesday at 7p.m.; 19831 Rocking Horse Road,Bend. Bend Church of the Nazarene: Pastor Virgil Askren; "It's All About Love"; Sunday at10:15 a.m.; 1270 N.E. 27th St., Bend. Discovery Christian Church: Pastor Dave Drullinger; "As Told to the Magi," based on Matthew 2:1-11; SundayatIO a.m .;334 N.W .Newport Ave., Bend. Eastmont Church: Pastor John Lodwick; "Praise for 2012; Prayer for2013," based on Psalm 34:1-7; Sunday at 9 and10:45 a.m.; 62425 Eagle Road, Bend. Father's House Church of God: Pastor RandyWills; "Overcoming Christmas Past," as part of the series "Getting Past YourPast"; Sunday at10 a.m.; 61690 Pettigrew Road, Bend. Theyouth group meets Wednesday at 7p.m. The Fellowship at Bend: Pastor Loren Anderson; "TheFoolishness of God," based on1 Corinthians 1:18-31; Sunday at10 a.m.; Summit High School, 2855 N.W.Clearwater Drive, Bend. First Church of Christ, Scientist: "Christ Jesus"; Sunday at10 a.m.; 1551 N.W. First St., Bend. First Preshyterian Church: Lead pastor Steven Koski; "Unwrapping Jesus: Child";Sundayat9a.m.and 10:45 a.m. services; and the 5:01 p.m. evensong service; Christmas Eve services Mondayat4, 7and 9 p.m.; 230N.E.Ninth St.,Bend. First United Methodist Church: The Rev. ThomLarson; "I Believe Even When...," based onJohn1:1-5, 10-14; Sunday at 9 and11 a.m.; 680 N.W. Bond St., Bend. Foundry Church (Formerly First Baptist Church): Pastor Bryon Mengle; "The Call to Proclaim the Good News of Jesus' Birth": Sundayat10:l5a.m .;60 N.W. Oregon Ave., Bend. Grace First Lutheran Church: Pastor Joel LiaBraaten; "Godwith Us" and "Favorite Christmas Songs"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; 2265 N.W.Shevlin Park Road, Bend. Grace Reformed Presbyterian Church: Pastor DanDillard; "The True Joy of Christmas," based on Luke 2:1-21; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 62162 HambyRoad, Bend. Journey Church: Pastor Keith Kirkpatrick; "Light in a Dark Place," and journeykids will present "Aaron the Allergic Shepherd"; Sunday at 9 a.m.and 10:30a.m.;70 N.W .

Emmaus Lutheran Church: TheRev. DavidPoovey;"TheWayto Forget Sin," based onHebrews10:5-10; Sunday at10:30 a.m.; 2175S.W. Salmon Ave., Redmond. Grace Lutheran Church at Eagle Crest: Pastor RandyVanMehren; "The Church Is the Voice in the Wilderness Testifying of Jesus andHisComingAgain";Sundayat 10:30 a.m.; Eagle Crest Banquet and Conference Facility,1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond. St. Paul's Anglican Church: Father John Pennington; "To Rejoice Is a Choice," based on Philippians 4:4-7; Sunday at10 a.m.; Christmas Day service Tuesdayat10 a.m.; Southwest12th Avenueand Forest Avenue, Redmond. Zion Lutheran Church: Pastor Eric Burtness; "Learning from Mary, Elizabeth and the Holy Spirit!," as part of the series "Advent Conspiracy: Christmas CanStill ChangetheW orld";Sundayat8:30 a.m. and11 a.m.; andChristmas Eve service with communion and candlelight; Monday at 4, 6 and 9 p.m.;1113 Black Butte Blvd., Redmond. Shepherd's Valley CowboyChurch: Pastor Jordan Weaver; Sundayat 9 and10:30 a.m.; in the cafe of The Rim Rock Riders Equestrian Facility, Brasada Ranch, 17037 S.W.Alfalfa Road, Powell Butte. Agape Harvest Fellowship: Youth group Wednesday at 7 p.m.; 52460 Skidgel Road, La Pine. Community Bible Church at Sunriver: Pastor Glen Schaumloeffel; "The Angels and Shepherds' Testimony," basedon Luke 2:8-20 as part of the series "Everlasting Light"; Sunday at 9:30 a.m.; and Christmas Eveservice; Monday at 5and 7 p.m.; 1 Theater Drive, Sunriver. Concordia Lutheran Mission: The Rev. Willis Jenson; "The Virgin St. Marylsthe MotherofGod, the Savior," based onLuke1:43; Sundayat11a.m.;and"GodW as Born of the Virgin St. Mary to Save Men from Sin," based onMatthew 1:21; Monday at7 p.m.;and"God Pressed His Glory into the Service of Fallen MenWhenHeBecame Man in Christ the Savior," based onJohn 1:14; Tuesdayat11 p.m.; held at Terrebonne GrangeHall, 828611th St., Terrebonne. Four Sundays of Advent: A mealwith a time of connection, worship and reflection, hosted byTheCommon Table; donationsaccepted;6-7:30 p.m. Sunday; 231 N.W.Idaho Ave., Bend. Alpha Marriage Course: 7-week dinner course; Mondays at6:30 p.m. starting January14; Desert SongCommunityChurch,640S.W . Evergreen Ave., Redmond; contact 541-504-0402, mike©desertsong. org or www.relationshipcentral.org.

Newport Ave., Bend. Nativity Lutheran Church: Ronald Werner Jr.; "Listen Into God's Promise," based onLuke1:3955 and the choir will perform "A Heritage of Spanish Carols" in the second service; Sunday at 9a.m. and11 a.m.; Sunday at 6p.m.; 60850 Brosterhous Road, Bend. New HopeChurch: Pastor Randy Myers; "Jesus, the Light of Christmas," as part of the series "Christmas Light"; today at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 9and10:45 a.m.; Christmas Eveservices Monday at 2:30, 4 and 5:30 p.m.; 20080 Pinebrook Blvd., Bend. Real Life Christian Church: Pastor Mike Yunker; "Incarnation," based on Hebrews 2; Sunday at 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m.; 2880 N.E. 27th St., Bend. Spiritual Awareness Community of the Cascades: Guest speakerJim Peltier; "Listen with Your Heart"; Sunday at 9 a.m.; held atTheOld Stone Church, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. Springs of Life Ministries: Evangelist and Bible teacher Eddie Cienda; We dnesdaysat7p.m.;The Sound Garden Studio, 1279 N.E. Second St., Bend. Trinity Lutheran Church: TheRev. Patrick Rooney; "Waiting for God ... Leadership," based onMicah 5:2-5a; Sunday at 8 a.m. (guitar-led worship) and11 a.m. (piano/organled worship and communion); and Pastor David Carnahan; "OhLittle Town of Bethlehem" Monday at5 p.m.; and pastor Patrick Rooney; "Waiting for God... with Certain Hope"; Monday at 7 p.m.; and a festival service of narration "Shout for Joy!"; Tuesday at10 a.m.; 2550 N.E. Butler Market Road, Bend. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Central Oregon: Lay leaders; "Solaris: White Buffalo Calf Woman comes (Bringing the Gift of the Peace Pipe)" an intergenerational solstice service-in-the-round; Sundayat 11 a.m.; and theRev. Alex Holt; "Christmas Without Christ: Jesus Reconsidered for aNew Millenium"; Monday at 5 p.m.; at the OldStone Church, 157 N.W.Franklin Ave., Bend. Westside Church: Pastor Ken Johnson; "Raw Part P3Songs"; Sunday at 8, 9and10:45 a.m.; and "Raw: The Essence ofChristmas"; Mondayat2,4and6p.m.;2051 N.W. Shevlin Park Road, Bend. Westside South Campus: Pastor Scott McBride; "RawPart¹3 Songs"; Sunday at 9 a.m.and10:30 a.m.; and "Raw: TheEssence ofChristmas"; Monday at 3 and 5p.m.;1245 S.E. Third St., Bend. Community Presbyterian Church: Pastor Heidi Bolt; "That Your LoveMay Overflow,"based on Philippians1:3-11; Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.; 529 N.W. 19th St., Redmond.

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Voices offaith: What is Godlike? The Kansas City Star

God is a mystery The Rev. Duke Tufty, pastor of Unity Temple on

No comparison The Rev. Justin Hoye, pastor of St. Patrick Catholic Church in Kansas City, North: Godis unique, and this thwarts many of our attempts to try and encapsulate what God is like. St. Thomas Aquinas wrote, "Whatever can be understood or thought about God is less than God himself." God is not a being in the world and so can never be compared to other realities in an attempt to get a grasp on God. "Since creatures have receivedeverything they are and have from God, only God in himself is the fullness of being and of every perfection. God is 'He who is' without origin and without end." (Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church 39) For Christians, the Incarnation — God in the flesh, in the divine person of Jesus Christ — is the constant source of reference in revealing to us what God is like. Jesus shows that God is not somewhere else — for he reveals that he is with us, Immanuel — but somehow else. God with us is revealed as relationshipsubsistent relations, to be precise — transcending the gap between plurality and unity. As Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo wrote, "God is the infinitely perfect being who is the most Holy Trinity." This one is not simply a good, a truth or one who brings justice, but is Good itself, Justice itself, Truth itself. Mysterious, it constantly reminds us of the reality that God is somehow else.

the Plaza: What is God like? Who knows'? For ages spiritual masters, philosophers, teachers and prophets have been telling us who God is, where God is, what God is like and what God wants. There are thousands if not hundreds of thousands of books that go into immense detail about God. Religious leaders from various faiths pompously pontificate that they alone know the way to God. The fact is that nobody knows all that God is or all that God is like. God is a mystery, far, far beyond the most brilliant or imaginative mind. To describe God is to reduce God to some woefully inadequate definition that actually does a disservice to us. The most and the least I can say is, God is the spirit, the divine energy, the power and creative force that is the essence of "it all." From the distant stars to the cells in our bodies, all things are permeated in spirit. Find comfort in knowing that you are an expressionof the one power in the universe and the everywhere present source of all that is. Imagine the spiritual inheritance you have and the blessings that come with it. What is God like? In one particular way, out of an infinite realm of particulars, God is like you. Be comfortable with and embrace the mystery. Send your questions for our religion columnists to Darryl Levings at The Star, 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64108. Email levingskcstar.com.

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Sundays 6:00 p.m. Hispanic Worship Service Weekly Bible Studies and Ministries for all ages Contact: 541-382-5822

Pastor John Lodwick www.eastmontchurch.com FOUNDRY CHURCH (FORMERLY FIRST BAPTIST) "A Heart for Bend in the Heart of Bend" 60 NW Oregon, 541-382-3862 Pastor Syd Brestel SUNDAY

9:00 AM Sunday School for everyone 10:15 AM Worship Service On the final Sunday of Advent, Bryon Mengle will explore the call to proclaim the good news of Jesus' birth. Join our Christmas worship and celebration at 10;15 am. For Kidztown, Middle School and High School activities Call 541 -382-3862 www.bendchurch.org HIGHLAND BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 3100 SW Highland Ave., Redmond • 541-548-4161

Sunday Worship Services: 8:00 am, 9:30 am, 11:00 am Sunday Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am 8 11:00 am

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 1551 NW First St. • 541-382-6100

(South of Portland Ave.) Church Service 8 Sunday School: 10 am Wed. Testimony Meeting: 7:30 pm Childcare provided. Reading Room: 115 NW Minnesota Ave. Mon. through Fri.: 11 am - 4 pm Sat. 12 noon - 2 pm

Sunday mass 8:00 am Confessions: Thurs. 9:00- 9:15 am OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS, Gilchrist 120 Mississippi Dr

Sunday Mass — 12:30 pm Confessions: Sundays 12;00 -12:15 pm HOLY FAMILY,

near Christmas Valley 57255 Fort Rock Rd Sunday Mass — 3:30 pm

Confessions: Sundays 3;00-3:15 pm ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

CATHOLIC CHURCH

Pastor Rev. James A. Radloff Parochial Vicar Rev. Juan Carlos Chiarinoti 541-382-3631 NEW CHURCH 2450 NE 27th Street

Masses Saturday — Vigil 5;00 PM Sunday 7:30 AM, 10:00 AM 8 7:00 PM

Domingo 12:30PM Misa en Espanol Jueves7:00 PM- Misa en Espanol Monday, December 24th Christmas Vigil 4:30 PM Children'sMass 7;00 PM

DEC. 24 - Christmas Eve Divine Service - 7 PM DEC. 25 - Christmas Divine Service - 11 AM

The Rev. Willis C. jenson, Pastor. 8286 11th St (Grange Hall), Terrebonne, OR

www.lutheransonhne.com/ Nursery Care F Children's Church condordialutheranmission ages 4 yrs-4th grade during all Facebook: Concordia Lutheran Mission Worship Services "Courageous Living" on KNLR 97.5 FM Phone: 541-325-6773 8:30 am Sunday GRACE FIRST I.UTHERAN CHURCH

Religion of the Light and Sound of God

THURSDAY 10:00 am 50+ Bible Study

Experience an Eckankar Community HU

January's Community HU will be announced soon. Happy Holidays! Learn how to sing HU, a love song to God: a loving, uplifting, Spiritual Exercise. HU, pronounced like the word hue, is sung for about 20 minutes and is followed by a brief period of sacred contemplation. Followed by a discussion. Regardless of your beliefs or religion, singing HU can bring you greater happiness, love, and understanding. Singing HU can draw us closer in our state of consciousness to the Divine Being. It has helped people of many different faiths open their hearts more fully to the uplifting presence and security of God's love. Singing HU can help you experience: • Comfort, peace, joy • Expanded awareness • Inner light and/or sound • A subtle sense of Divine Love • The healing of a broken heart • Solace during times of grief • A release of fears • Answers to your questions For more information please visit www.eckankar.org or www.miraclesinyourlife.org or call 541-728-6476. For a FREE info packet:

WEEKLY Life Groups Please visit our website for a complete

Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. (Child Care Available) Sunday School 10:20 a.m. Education Hour 10:45 a.m.

listing of activities for all ages. www.bendnaz.org

Christmas Eve Candlelight Services with Communion at 5;00pm, 7:00pm, and 9:00pm Women's Bible Study Tuesday 9:15 a.m. Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 a.m. Pastor loel LiaBraaten Evangelical Lutheran Church in America www.gracefirstlutheran.org

BEREAN BIBLE CHURCH In Partnershipwith ArrierlcanMissionary Fellowship

Reconciliation / Reconciliacion Saturday 3:00 PM — 4:45 PM - English Thursday 6:00 PM — 7:00 PM

Near Highland and 23rd Ave. 2378 SW Glacier Pl. Redmond, OR 97756

Domingo 11;15 AM — 12:15 PM

We preach Ifie good newsof Jesus Christ,

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singgrea( fi9mns of faith, and search the Scripturestogether. Sunday Worship Service- 10;30 am Bible Study- Thursday, 10:30 am Teaching from the KJV and NKJV Bible

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THE SALVATION ARMY 755 NE 2nd Street, Bend

Sunday 4:30 PM

SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP

541 -777-0784

7:00 AM 6 12:15 PM

Saturday 8:00 AM

NATIVITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 60850 Brosterhous Road at Knott, 541-388-0765 Come worship with us.

Fourth Sunday of Advent This Sunday, Ron Werner, lr will be preaching Sermon title "Listen Into God's Promise" Luke I:39-55

Monday, December 24th

"Transforming Lives Through the Truth of the Word" All are Welcome! SUNDAY WORSHIP AND THE WORD - 9:30 Am.

Coffee Fellowship - 10:45 am Bible Education Hour - 11:15 am Nursery Care available • Women's BibleStudy -Tuesdays, 10 am • Awana Kids Club (4 yrs-6th gr.) Sept.- May • Youth Ministry (gr. 7-12) Wednesdays 6:15 pm • Men's Bible Study - Thursdays 9 am • Home Bible Studies are also available Preschool for 3 8 4 year olds Call for information Senior Pastor: Glen Schaumloeffel Associate Pastor: Jake Schwarze visit our Web site www.cbchurchsr.org Listen to KNLR 97.5 FM

at 9:00 am. each Sunday to hear "Transforming Truth" with Pastor Glen

Christmas Vigil 9:00 PM —Misa en Espanol Tuesday, December 25th - Christmas 12:00 AM - Midnight Mass

NEW HOP E EVA N G E LICAL 20080 Pinebrook Blvd. • 541-389-3436 Celebrate New Life at New Hope Church! Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:00, 10:45 am, Pastor Randy Myers www.newhopebend.com

Saturday 8:30 AM — 9:30 AM

CITY CENTER

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A Foursquare Fellowship Senior Pastors Steve 8 Ginny McPherson

ST. THOMAS CATH O LIC CHURCH 1720 NW 19th Street

Redmond, Oregon 97756 541-923-3390

Father Todd Unger, Pastor Mass Schedule:

Weekdays 8:00 am (except Wednesday) Wednesday 6:00 pm Saturday Vigil 5;30 pm First Saturday 8:00 am (English) Sunday 8:00 am, 10:00 am (English) 12:00 noon (Spanish) Confessionson Wednesdays from 5:00 to 5:45 pm and on Saturdays from 4:30 to 5:15 pm

549 SW 8thSt.,P.O. Box 475, Redmond, OR 97756 • 541-548-7128

Sunday Worship Services: Daybreak Cafe Service 7:30 am Celebration Services 9:00 am and 10:45 am Wednesday Service UTurn - Middle School 7:00 pm Thursdays High School (Connection) 6:30 pm Home Bible Studies throughout the week City Care Clinic also available. Kidz Center School, Preschool www.citycenterchurch.org "Livin' the Incredible Mission"

Youth Program Provided The Unity Community meets at 62855 Powell Butte Hwy (near Bend Airport)

FIRST UNITED METH O D IST CHURCH (In the Heart of Downtown Bend) 680 NW Bond St. / 541-382-1672 Ever9one isWelcome! Rev. Thom Larson Sermon Title: "I Believe Even When..." Scripture: John I:1-5, 10-14 Angels singing with Bells 9:00 am - Contemporary Service Sunday Schoolduring the 9 am Service 11:00 am — Traditional Service Childcare provided on Sunday

Sunday Morning Worship 8:45am 8 10:45am

"During the Week: Women's Groups, Men's Groups, Youth Groups, Quilting, Crafting, Music 8 Fellowship,

Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors. Rev. Thom Larson

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Nursery Care provided for all services.

Also at 11:00 am service the choir will be performing "A Heritage of Spanish Carols"

9 am Informal Service 9:15 Junior Church 11 am Formal Service

Pastor Daniel N. LeLaCheur 21720 E. Hwy. 20 541.389.8241 www.clcbend.com

COM M U N I T Y PR E S B Y T E R IA N CHURCH 529 NW 19th Street

(3/4 mile north of High School) Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 548-3367

(Child care provided on Sundays.) Rev. Rob Anderson, Pastor Rev. Heidi Bolt, Associate Pastor

www.nativityinbend.com Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

9:00 am Contemporary Worship 9:00 am Nursery Care 9:15 am Children F Youth Sunday School 9:30 am Adult Education 10:30 am Adult Education Il:00 am Traditional Worship

TRINITY LUTHERAN

CHURCH S SCHOOL LCMS 2550 NE Butler Market Road Bend, OR 97701 541-382-1832

Youth Groups High School — Sunday 11;00am-12:30pm MiddleSchool - Wednesday 6:00-7;30pm

9:30am Education Hour for all ages llam Organ/Piano Led Worship

Mondays 6:30 pm Centering Prayer

Church Website: www.trinitylutheranbend.org School Website: www.saints.org Pastors: Rev. David Carnahan Rev. Patrick Rooney Principal: Mrs. Hanne Krause

Wednesdays 5.30 pm Prayer Service Small Groups Meet Regularly (Handicapped Accessible) Please visit our website for a complete listing of activities for all ages. www.redmondcpc.org

IION LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA Worship in the Heart of Redmond

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Sunday Worship Service 8:30am Contemporary 11:00am Liturgical Sunday School for all ages at 10:00am

230 NE Ninth, Bend (Across Ninth St. from Bend High) All AreWelcome,Ajways! Rev. Dr. Steven H. Koski Lead Pastor

Christmas Eve Services 4:00, 6:00 8 8:00pm

Reconciliation

21720 E. Hwy. 20 • 541.389.8241

541-389-8888 541 NE Dekalb Sunday School 9:45 am Children 8 Adult Classes Worship Service - 11;00 am Major's Robert F Miriam Keene

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Wednesday Mid-Week Services Children F Youth Programs 7:00pm

COM M U N ITY BIBLE CHURCH A ND CHRISTIAN PRESCH O O L 541 -593-8341 Beaver at Theater Drive, PO Box 4278, Sunriver, OR 97707

Meeting at the Golden Age Club 40 SE 5th St., Bend Just 2 blocks SW of Bend High School Sunday Worship 10:00 am Sovereign Grace Church is dedicated to worshipping God and teaching the Bible truths recovered through the Reformation. Call for information about other meetings

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www.trinitybend.org Suntfay Schedule 8 am Holy Eucharist 9:15 am Education for All Ages 10:15 am Holy Eucharist (w/nursery care S Godly Play) 5 pm Holy Eucharist (in St. Helens Hall) The Rev. Roy D. Green, Interim Rector

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CHURCH

Monday 8 Wednesday- Friday Pastor Ed Nelson

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 469 NW Wall St. • 541-382-5542

541 -420- 1667

7:30 AM 6 10:00 AM

Join the Unity Community Sunday 10:00 am with Rev. Jane Meyers

SOVEREIGN GRACE CHURCH

www.sovereigngracebend.com

Bible Study at 10am on Wednesdays •

U NITY COM M U N I T Y O F CENTRAL OREG O N

Learn more about the Unity Community of Central Oregon at www.unitycentraloregon.com or by calling 541-388-1569

WEDNESDAY

6:30 pm Ladies Bible Study

ECKANKAR

Tuesday, December 25th - Christmas 12:30 PM - Misa en Espanol

NAZARENE 1270 NE 27 St. • 541-382-5496 Senior Pastor Virgil Askren SUNDAY

2265 NW Shevlin Park Road, Bend 541 -382-6862

For complete calender: www.hbcredmond.org

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9:00 am Sunday School for all ages 9:00 am Hispanic Worship Service 10:15 am Worship Service

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Dr. Barry Campbell, lead pastor

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THE RIVER MEN N O N ITE CHURCH UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS TEMPLE BETH TIKVAH O F CENTRAL OREG O N Temple Beth Tikvah is a member of the Sunday, 3 pm at the Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin Ave., Bend "Diverse Beliefs, One Fellowship" Union for Reform ludaism. Sunday School 2 years - 5th grade We are a Welcoming Congregation www.redmondchristian.org Our members represent a wide range Nursery 0-2 years Sunday Worship 9:00 am F 10:30 am Visitors welcome of Jewish backgrounds. Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012 11:00am We welcome interfaith families and Christmas Eve Service Times Church Office: 541-389-8787 Jews by choice. December 23: Special Solstice 5;30 pm and 7:00 pm E-mail:theriver@mailshack.com Service-in-the-Round Our monthly activities include Send to: PO Box 808, Bend OR 97709 Sunday School for all ages social functions, services, religious www.therivermennonite.org Kidmo • Junior Church "Solaris: White Buffalo Calf Woman education, Hebrew school, Torah Greg Strubhar, Pastor Comes (Bringing the gift of Peace Darin Hollingsworth, Youth Pastor study, and adult education Pipe) Lay-Led with Chandra Smith, HOUSE OF COVENANT Noreen Halberstadt, Janet Russell and POW E LL BUTTE CHRISTIAN Messianic Synagogue Rabbi Glenn Ettman Aldine Thornton. An inter-generational CHURCH Est. 1994 Solstice service: this beautiful Lakota Cowboy Fellowship Saturdays We provide a congregational setting story of the pipe and its meaning will Potluck 6 pm Friday, January II at 6:00 pm for lews and Christians alike. If you're be re-enacted by children of all ages. Music and the Word 7 pm Shabbat Family Celebration interested in learning the Bible from a Sunday Worship Services The service will be held in the round Hebrew perspective, come join us at: 8:30 am-10:15 am-11 am traditional circle and drums and rattles For the complete schedule of Nursery F Children's Church are welcome. Bear Creek Center Pastors: Chris Blair, Trey Hinkle, Ozzy Services F Events go to: Celebrate with us by bringing back the 21300 Bear Creek Rd. Osborne and Glenn Bartnik www.bethtikvahbend.org light through the pipe. Bend, OR. 97701 13720 SW Hwy 126, Powell Butte Our Shabbat Services are on Saturday 541 -548-3066 Christmas Eve Monday Dec.24,2012 mornings at 10:00 a.m. Our ministries www.powellbuttechurch.com We are currently enrolling students include: 5:00pm in grades K-7 for Sunday School and REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH • Davidic dance and worship Hebrew School. Rev. Alex Holt: "Christmas Without Like Hymns? We've Got 'em! • Children's ministry and nursery Christ: Jesus Reconsidered for a New at the RLCC Church, 2880 NE 27th • Hebrew classes Sunday Services For more information about our Millennium" • Home groups 8 am Traditional Service education programs, please call • Teaching from the Torah and the Brit (No child care for 8 am service) Join us for our annual festive Kathy Schindel at 541-388-8826. Hadashah (New Testament) 9:30 am Contemporary Service with Christmas Eve service at 5;00 pm • Biblical Feasts full child care at Old Stone Church as we sing • Lifecycle Events 11 am Service (Full child care) All services are held at the • End-times prophecy carols in the traditional forms and For information, please call ... First United Methodist Church celebrate the season with children, Minister - Mike Yunker - 541-312-8844 680 NW Bond Street Visit us on the web at adults and visitors. December's Associate Pastors Don Henderson F Mike Sweeney 541 -388-8826 www.houseofcovenant.org Greater Community Collection to be "Loving people one at a time." or contact us at 541-385-5439 received Christmas Eve will benefit the www.real-lifecc.org Bethlehem Inn. LIVING TORAH FELLOW S H IP 0 Celebration Church CONCORDIA LUTHERAN Childcare and religious education are 63830 Clausen Rd Ste 102, Bend MISSION (LCMS) provided at both services! Saturday 10:30 am - 2 pm EASTMONT COMMUNITY Everyone is Welcome! See our website Worship/Dance - StudyThe missionof the Church is to forgive sins SCHOOL for more information" www.uufco.org Food/Fellowship "Educating and Developing the Whole through tfie Gospel and Ifiereby grant eterna( life Hebrew Roots Fellowship worshipping Child for the Glory of God" (St. John 20:22-23, Augsburg Meeting place: in Spirit and Truth Pre K- 5th Grade THE OLD STONE Confession XXVII1.8, 10) 541-410-5337 62425 Eagle Road, Bend • 541-382-2049 157 NW FRANKLIN AVE., BEND Children's Program 10 am Sunday School Principal Lonna Carnahan www.livingtorahfellowship.com Maih PO Box 428, Bend OR 97709 11 am Divine Service www.eastmontcommunityschool.com www.uufco.org (541 ) 385-3908 DEC. 16 - Advent Vespers Service - I PM

HOLY TRINITY, SUNRIVER

18143 Cottonwood Rd.

CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF REDMOND 536 SW 10th, Redmond 541-548-2974

Book by Book"

Fr. Theodore Nnabugo, Pastor REDM O N D A S S E M B L Y OF GOD 1865 W Antler • Redmond 541-548-4555 SUNDAYS Morning Worship 8;30 am 6 10:30 am

Children's Room available during services Come Experience a warm, friendly family of worshipers. Everyone Welcome - Always. A vibrant, inclusive community. A rich and diverse music program for all ages Coffee,snacks andfeJJoivsfiip after each service M-W-F Women's Exercise 9:30 am Wed. Bible Study at noon 3rd Th. Women's Circle/Bible Study I:00 pm 3rd Tues.Men's Club 6:00 pm, dinner Youth and Family Programs Active Social Outreach

"Unwrapping Jesus: Child" 9;00 am - Contemporary 10:45 am - Traditional 5:01 pm - Evensong F dinner Sunday School: 3 yrs to 6th grade Nursery care provided Christmas Eve Candlelight, Readings 8 Carols 4:00 pm Children 8 Youth led 7:00 pm With the Praise Band 9:00 pm With the Chancel Choir Youth Events See Youth Blog http://bendfp.org/youth/

Choirs, music groups, Bible study, fellowship and ministries every week

1113 SW Black Butte Blvd. Redmond, OR 97756 — 541-923-7466 Pastor Eric Burtness www.zionrdm.com

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movie-goingheyday about 60 years ago. "(The movie theater) was a social gathering place," said Steve Lent, a staff member at the Bowman Museum, a local history museum located less than a block from the Pine Theater. "People would come from all over the ranches to see a film." Lent said movies took on a different role as people moved closer to the city where they w ere closer to each other,less spread out. In this era, he said, going to the movies became an activity families could do together. It was also a popular activity for children and teenagers. But this i ncreased attendance among youth, many of whom were unsupervised, also had its consequences. About seven years after he closed the Lyric Theater in 1963 due to declining ticket sales, Kenneth Piercy closed the Pine Theater and the K8 D drive-in in 1971 because he had problems dealing with rowdy groups of youth who fought and v a ndalized the building, according to Lent. Piercy reopened the Pine Theater after this initial closure with a new policy that banned children under 16 from coming to a movie without their parent or guardian. Unfortunately, that wasn't enough to save the Pine, which sputtered t o a pe r m anent closure 12 years later after a change in ownership and several r e branding e f f orts — that, among other ventures, included an ill-fated attempt to operate the Pine Theater as an adult venue, a business decision that came to a halt after protests from the community, according to Bulletin archives. Losing the theater had a c onsiderable impact on t h e community because it meant Prineville's residents and people who lived in its surrounding communities could not see a movie without the 30-minute or more drive to Redmond or the hour-plus drive to Bend, Lent said. It also meant that Nelson, who goes to the movies with her three children — 9, 14, and 20 — at least twice a month, couldn't do one of her favorite

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LOS A N GELES — On Wednesday, t h re e S e n ate leaders condemned Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" for its "grossly inaccurate" portrayal of the events leading to the killing of Osama bin Laden. But the controversy only seemed to m ake th e w e llreviewed picture even more

appealing to moviegoers, who showed up in droves at theaters in New York and Los Angeles on the same day that Sens. Dianne Feinstein, Carl Levin and John McCain publicly bashed the movie. Sony P i c t ures op e n ed the CIA drama in f ive theaters Wednesday, collecting $124,828, according to the studio's estimate. That's the biggest Wednesday launch ever for a film playing in limited release — excluding the times that Walt Disney Studios has played its animated movies along with a stage show with a higher ticket price. "Zero Dark Thirty" was financed primarily by producer Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures for about $45 million. Sony opted to open the movie in limited release about three

weeks before its wide debut in an effort to build buzz. The film, considered a frontrunner for a best picture Oscar, will expand nationwide Jan. 11, a day after Oscar nominations are announced and two days before the Golden Globe Awards ceremony. Pre-release trackingsurveys showthatinterest across the country is already strong, particularly among men. M eanwhile, t wo movies that debuted nationwide "The Guilt Wednesday Trip" and a 3-D version of 2001's "Monsters, Inc." — got off to weak domestic starts. Paramount Pictures' Barbra Streisand-Seth Rogen road trip comedy collected $1 million during its first day in theaters, while Disney's animated kids' flick grossed only $778,913. Each will be lucky to collect more than $12 million by Sunday. Heading into the weekend, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is expected to claim the No. 1 position again after debuting with $84.6 million last weekend. To date, the film has grossed $295 million worldwide. Of the n ewcomers, Tom Cruise's sniper fl ic k " J ack

R eacher" probably will f a r e best but will collect a so-so sum of about $15 million. It could become Cruise's seco nd disappointment of t h e year after hi s m usical flop "Rock of Ages" last summer. Co-financed by P a r amount and Skydance Productions for about $60 million, his new film is based on Lee Child's bestselling"Jack Reacher" series about an ex-soldier looking to hunt down the perpetrator of a shooting rampage. Judd Apatow also has something to prove with his latest directorial effort, "This is 40," about a middle-aged married couple, which is projected to open with $12 million. His last movie, "Funny People" — also

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AARP:www.aarp.org/money/ taxaide or 888-687-2277. ASPEN RIDGEALZHEIMER'S ASSISTEDLIVINGAND RETIREMENTCOMMUNITY: 541-385-8500. BEND SENIORCENTER: Kim , 541-706-6127. CASCADEVIEW NURSING AND ALZHEIMER'SCARECENTER: 541-382-7161. CENTRAL OREGONCOUNCIL ON AGING(COCOA)AND MEALS ON WHEELS: www.councilonaging.org or 541-678-5483. LA PINESENIOR ACTIVITY CENTER: Pat Potter, 541-536-6237. LONG-TERM CAREOMBUDSMAN PROGRAM:Nancy Allen, 541-312-2488. PILOTBUTTE REHABILITATION CENTER:541-382-5531. PRINEVILLESOROPTIMIST SENIOR CENTER:Melody,541-447-6844. TOUCHMARK ATMT. BACHELOR VILLAGE:541-383-1414.

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND EDUCATION SERVICES ADULTBASICSKILLS DEPARTMENT(COCC):Margie Gregory, mgregory@cocc.edu or 541-318-3788. ALYCEHATCHCENTER:Andy Kizans, 541-383-1980. BEND PARK 8 RECREATION DISTRICT:Kim, 541-706-6127. BIGBROTHERS BIGSISTERS OF CENTRALOREGON:541-3126047(Bend),541-447-3851,ext. 333 (Prineville) or 541-325-5603

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HUNGERPREVENTION COALITION:Marie, info@ hungerpreventioncoalition.org or 541-385-9227. LA PINECOMMUNITY KITCHEN: 541-536- I312. NEIGHBORIMPACT: chrisq© neighborimpact.org or 541-5482380, ext. 106. PEACEBRIDGES,INC., BEND: www.abridgetopeace.org or John C. Schwechten at 541-383-2646. PFLAG CENTRALOREGON: www.pflagcentraloregon.org or 54 I-317-2334. RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE: Teresa, 541-318-4950. SAVINGGRACE:541-382-9227 or 541-504-2550. SOROPTIMISTINTERNATIONAL OF BEND:www.sibend.org, president©sibend.org or 541-728-0820. ST. VINCENTDEPAULSOCIAL SERVICES: 541-389-6643. VOLUNTEERSINACTION: 541-548-7018.

VOLUNTEER CONNECT:www. volunteerconnectnow.org or 541-385-8977. WINNINGOVERANGER& VIOLENCE:www.winningover.org or 541-382-1943. WOMEN'S RESOURCECENTER OF CENTRALOREGON:541-385-0750.

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casaofcentraloregon.org or 541-389-1618. DESCHUTESCOUNTY VICTIMS' ASSISTANCEPROGRAM: Diane Stecher, 541-317-3186 or 541-388-6525. DESCHUTESRIVER WOODS NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www.drwna.org or Barbara at info©drwna.org or 541-382-0561. JEFFERSONCOUNTY CRIME VICTIMS'ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Tina Farrester, 541-475-4452, ext. 4108. JEFFERSON COUNTYVOLUNTEER SERVICES:Therese Helton, 541475-6131, ext. 208. LA PINERURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT:Volunteer Coordinator, 541-536-2935. ORCHARDDISTRICT NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: www.orcharddistrictneighborhood. com. SUNRIVERAREACHAMBEROF COMMERCE: 541-593-8149. VISIT BEND:www.visitbend.com or 541-382-8048.

OPPORTUNITYFOUNDATION THRIFTSTORE OF REDMOND: 541-548-5288. REDMOND HABITATFOR HUMANITY:Scott or Warren, 541-548-1406. REDMOND HABITATRESTORE: Roy, 541-548-1406. SISTERSHABITAT FOR HUMANITY: 541-549-1193. ST. VINCENTDEPAUL— LA PINE: 541-536-1956. ST. VINCENTDEPAULREDMOND:541-923-5264.

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CITY AND COMMUNITY THE CITIZENREVIEW BOARD (CRB):crb.volunteer.resources© ojd.state.or.us or 888-530-8999. CITYOF BEND: Cheryl Howard, choward©ci.bend.or.us or 541-388-5505. COURTAPPOINTEDSPECIAL ADVOCATE (CASA): www.

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" Homeland" h a s a l w a ys been a study in deception, political, personal and, to a certain extent, artistic. For much of the first season, viewers were not sure if Brody was indeed a terrorist or if Carrie, who is bipolar but medicated, was just madly seeking redemption for having "missed something" on Sept. II. When the two began a romantic relationship, it was not clear if these were two broken people hanging on to each other for dear life or a pair of wily opponents. Season 2 began with her boss and father figure Saul discovering the truth and bringing Carrie — who once had her doubts about Brody — back to the CIA to take down the Marine hero turned U.S. congressman. The dance began again. Still, the show's d r iving force is actually the plot. If not the sometimes crazy and implausible things that inevi-

was all a setup; just as Carrie decided she would choose her By Mary McNamara lover over her job, an exploLos Angeles Times sion ripped through the vice I In recognition of the shootpresidential memorial service, ing tragedy in Connecticut, killing hundreds via a bomb ir ~ "Homeland" Showtime's planted in Brody's car. For reawisely an d c o nscientiously sons due apparently more to preceded its Sunday n ight love than sense, Carrie comes finale with a brief disclaimer to believe he was not actually warning o f v i o lent scenes involved in the deadly plot. ahead. There are times when Thus, the second season h uman events shatter t h e ended in a reverse of the show's seemingly impervious enterbeginning: Brody the hero is tainment biosphere, and this now Brody the terrorist, and was one of those occasions. the only person not believing But the stories we tell ourthis is Carrie. Of all the posselves remain significant, beRichard Perry/New York Times News Service sible twists, a complete narracome perhaps even more so. Showtime's "Homeland" co-creators Howard Gordon, left, and tive inversion was not tacked "Homeland" is one of those Alex Gansa have put together an award-winning series thatis at to my personal cork board. shows that has become im- the top of many critics'10-best lists. W hich is why fo r al l i t s portant, topping many critics' inevitable flaws — it's a tele10 best lists this year, so it is vision show, people, which not surprising that its conclu- dent, and Brody only helped mentality. means they are literally maksion sparked a lively discus- kill him (he says) because T he finale opened w i t h ing it up as t hey go along sion, beginning with b l owhis former captor, Abu Nazir Brody, o stensibly a l l owed — "Homeland" remains mesby-blow critical recaps, many (Navid Negahban), was hold- his freedom a fter h e lping merizing. After all the soul of which found the episode ing Carrie Mathison (Claire the CIA t ak e d own N a zir, baring and table thumping, wanting. Danes) captive. playing house with Carrie as the tearsand the faceoffs, the It's true that, going in, it was Even in a post-"24" world, it they tried to figure out the fu- show still r evolves around difficult to imagine an ending was difficult to imagine Bro- ture. Stilted and a bit cheesy, three fascinating characters that would leave both main dy would be allowed to con- the scene was affecting in (the third being Mandy Patc haracters alive. Over t w o tinue as a hero — highly dam- its woodenness — although inkin's Saul) whom we really don't know. seasons, Nicholas Brody (Da- aged, but still s y mpathetic these two have shared many mian Lewis), aformer Marine — of the piece after that. On an inappropriate and steamy Is Brody a double-turned turned al Qaida terrorist, has the other hand, "Homeland" liaison, they don't know how terrorist? Is Carrie possibly m urdered several people, in- is a hit and Lewis just won an to talk honestly to each othtruly mentally ill? And Saul, cluding the vice president of Emmy and American televier about anything vaguely so conveniently and oddly not the United States. He wasn't a sion isn't known for having normal. at the fatal memorial service: very nice guy, the vice presi- a two-seasons-and-we're-out Not surprisingly, their future Is he who he appears to be?

Drive ome ointwit o rien Dear Abby: My boyfriend and I are in a long-distance relationship and agreed to split our visits 5050 between our cities. Initially, it worked great. Unfortunately, his work schedule has changed, and for the past year he h as come here t o visit me only once DEAR every month or so, while I f r e quently d rive for h ours t o see him. He says that because he's away from home for work, it's only fair that I travel to see him since it's "less trouble" for me. I understand that he puts in a lot of time with travel for work, but at what point does the ratio become unbalanced andunfair? I miss weekends in my city with my friends, and it makes me sad that he won't make the effort to see me. What do you think is right in this matter'? — Uncertain in San Francisco Dear Uncertain: "What's right" is the original agreement you had with your boyfriend, or something close to it. Because he is no longer willing to live up to his part of the bargain, consider seeing him less often. Perhaps if he has a chance to miss you, he will feel impelled to

make more of an effort. And if he's not, then you won't have to cut off your social relationships at home — relationships you may need ifthis romance doesn't work out the way you would like.

permission to end this marriage, I can't grant it; only you can do that for yourself.

Dear Abby:My sister is engaged

to a severe alcoholic. I host the annual Christmas dinners and I Dear Abby: My feel stuck. When he was here last wife of 32 years has year, he broke a wine glass that delusional jealousy. held special meaning for my husIt is so bad that she band and me and generallymade h as c h ecked m y a fool of himself. genitals and q uesShould I invite my sister and tell tioned the neighbors' her that her fiance isn't welcome? wives. I have stayed (They live together.) He has gotin this marriage only because of ten even worse this year. He broke our children, who are now adults. three bones because he was so I am at a crisis point where I drunk he fell, and he left rehab want a divorce. I detest throwing three times in one month. I'm a 32 years away, but I have no love cancer survivor and do not need for this woman. We have sought the stress in my life. — Nervous in New York counseling three times. However, once I start describing her deluDear Nervous: I agree that you sions, the sessions quickly stop. shouldn't subject yourself to un— Wants Out in Colorado necessary stress. Your h e alth Dear Wants Out: Nowhere in must come first. your letter could I discern a quesIf you haven't discussed this tion, but from my vantage point, I with your sister, do it NOW. A disagree that you would "throw 32 way to include her and her fiance years away." You used that time would be to serve no alcohol durto make sure your children were ing your Christmas celebration. grown and independent. However, if that isn't feasible, then I'm sorry about your wife's delu- tell her that until her fiance is able sions, but because she is unwilling to stay "dry," you regret that you to follow through with counsel- will be unable to entertain them. — Write to DearAbbyat dearabbycom ing, there is nothing you or I can do about them. If you want my orPO. Box 69440,Los Angeles, CA 90069

tably make up any espionage tale, who is lying to whom and about what. That is an exquisite tension that show creators Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa have already maintained for an extraordinarily long time and seem prepared to balance for at least one season more.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAYfor Saturday, DeC. 22, 2012: This year you often will go to extremes. In the process of doing so, you couldn't care less. It is howyou feel after the fact that will cause you to employ some self-discipline. You have a vision for what Stars showthe kind your life could ofdayyou'llhave be and what you ** * * * D ynamic want out of it. You ** * * P ositive am b itiously will ** * Average sta r t to create ** S o-s o just t h at. If you * Difficult are single, your desirability speaks for itself. Commit only when you are good and ready. If you are attached, the two of you blend together well. You can count on your sweetie. TAURUS can be seductive yet difficult.

ARIES (March21-April 19) ** * Your wildest dreams could not predict the importance of being money savvy today. As you weigh the pros and consofanindulgence,an unexpected expense heads in. Hopefully, the path not involving an either/or choice appears. Tonight: Getting into the spirit of the holiday.

TAURUS (April 20-May20) ** * * O t hers associate you with stability, so they would be surprised to see you today! After basking in dreams of mistletoe and gratefulness, you suddenly could turn volatile. You might not even know why; just roll with the punches. Tonight: Are we overindulging again? GEMINI (May 21-Jutte 20) ** * You wake up and think it is a perfect day, but by noon, that thought will be moot. Many of you might sense a disappointment heading your way. Be careful with this thought, as you could

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end up manifesting it. Distract yourself. Tonight: No overthinking things, please.

SCORPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov.21) ** * * You could get into being the one who is centered, as everyone around you is stressed. You Scorpios can be tough, but you also can be very caring. Maintain a positive attitude as you return calls, and maybe toss in an errand or two. Tonight: The only answer is "yes."

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** * * O n ly when you can distance yourself from a demanding friend will the good times begin. Whether it is baking cookies or out finishing last-minute details ,you beam. You loveanyexcuse to bring others together. Tonight: Let someone's hostility be his or her problem — not yours.

** * You seem determined to handle everything perfectly in the next few days. On another level, you feel inspired by a family member. Together, you'll create a dreamy holiday for you and your immediate circle. Tonight: Play it low-key, if possible.

LEO (July23-Aug.22) ** * * You flourish in your private dream world, where you play out what could happen this Christmas. Necessity jolts you out of this reverie. Be grateful for these flights of fancy, as you once more return to reality. Tonight: Music, Christmas gifts and sweet-smelling candles.

CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jatt. 19) ** * * * T he kid in you emerges, which delights many people. Think positively about all the potential proposals you could make. Your mind could still be on work. Let go, and reorient yourself. You know whatsomeone needs.Tonight: Don'tforget to pull the shades down.

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** * * You could be overwhelmed by others' requests, as they feel more like ** * * Y ou seem practical and together. demands. Just when things get mellow, You knowexactl ywhatto do,and when another task heads your way. Tap into you should do it. The one exception might your innate creativity, and you will lighten be a child's tantrum or a loved one's up the situation for you and for others. Scrooge-like attitude. Don't allow this Tonight: Meet friends at a favorite spot. person's negativity to get to you. Keep PISCES (Fed.19-March20) smiling. Tonight: A must appearance. ** * * K now the impact of your words. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Ocl. 22) Someone's reaction to a comment, which ** * * Y our sensitivity emerges when wasn't meant as a criticism, could light up dealing with a partner. While you might've the sky. This person is volatile and looking thought you had everything handled, for someone to take his or her mood out you'll discover otherwise. If a fight erupts, on. How fortunate for you! Maintain a step back. You do not want this scenario sense of humor. Tonight: Invite friends to markyour holiday. Just be your over. charming self. Tonight: Finally, all is well.

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1 p.m. on l3, "College Basketball" —A Final Four rematch takes place today in Columbus as the Kansas Jayhawks visit the Ohio State Buckeyes. Kansas beat Ohio State 64-62 in the national semifinals back in March, and Jayhawks coach Bill Self will rely on Jeff Withey, Elijah Johnson and Travis Releford this time around. The Buckeyes lost stars Jared Sullinger and William Buford, but Aaron Craft, Deshaun Thomas and Amir Williams shouldkeep coach Thad Matta's team in the title hunt. 5 p.m. on TCM, M ovie: "Rebel Without a Cause" The legend of James Dean began with this 1955 classic, which provided his prototype role: a misunderstood youth whose lack of parental support leads him to vent his frustration destructively. Dean's portrayal rang true with legions of teens, but director Nicholas Ray is equally responsible for the film's enduring impact. Natalie W ood andSalMineo play Dean's friends in the film, introduced by Robert Osborne and Drew Barrymore. -

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Oregon State UniversityCascades in Bend, Oregon Associate Vice President Oregon State University-Cascades in Bend is recruiting for an Associate Vice President (AVP) for Finance and Strategic Planning. The Associate Vice President (AVP) for Finance and Strategic Planning provides and analyzes information to guide the expansion of the campus from an upper division campus with 750 students to a 4-year campus with 3,000 to5,000 students by 2025. The AVP is entrepreneurial in seeking diversified funding sources, developing strategic partnerships, and ensuring the campus' short and long-term financial viability. Aspects o f s t r ategic planning include real estate, facilities, staffing, and forecasts of revenue and costs. The AVP reports directly to the Vice President for OSU-Cascades (CEO of the campus). Minimum requirements include a Masters or terminal degree and relevant experience in higher education or equivalent experience within the discipline. Progressive finance and strategic planning responsibility and experience in a complex organization. Minimum of 5 years senior m anagement experience. Demonstrated ability to complete quantitative and qualitative analysis and financial models. A demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity. For a complete position description view http://oregonstate.edu/jobs and use posting number 0010018 to apply on-line. The closing date is 01/1 1/2013.

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One way to succeed is to double your rate of failure. When you have three chances for y ou r c o ntract, arrange to try them all. If the first two fail, maybe the third won't. At six hearts, South drew trumps and took dummy's high clubs, hoping for a 3-3 break. When West discarded, South tried a spade to his king next. West gratefully took the ace and queen to defeat the slam.

What do you say? A NSWER: A r a i s e t o t h r e e diamonds would invite game and would be right if your king were a low club, but you have the values to force. Since partner's hand is not well defined, you can't comfortably bid f ive diamonds or 3NT. Bi d t w o hearts, the "fourth suit," to let him make another descriptive bid. South dealer N-S vulnerable

HONORS Murphy's Law applies: If you try only two chances out of three, only the third one would have worked. After South draws trumps, he should take the A-K of diamonds. He leads a club to dummy and ruffs a diamond, and when East's honors fall, South can return to dummy to pitch a spade on the ten of diamonds. (On a lucky day, a defender would hold the doubleton Q-J of d i amonds, but E ast's actual h o l din g i s n ' t s o unlikely.) If the Q-J of diamonds didn't fall in three leads, South could try for a 3-3 club break. If that chance failed, he could lead a spade to his k ing. (Squeeze chances also exist.) DAILY QUESTION

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Call 5-spd, silver-gray, black OBO. 541-771-6511. roll bar, front tow $19,995 Bob, 541-318-9999. leather, moonroof, CD, bar, new tires, for an appt. and take a loaded, 115K miles, GMC 1978 4x4 Heavy chrome rims, 103K drive in a 30 mpg car! well-maintained Duty Camper Special OU BEND miles, gd cond, (have records) 2500, 3 5 0 e n gine, Nissan Sentra, 2012Chrysler PT C r uiser 541-647-2822 $5700 obo. extremely clean, auto., 40k miles on 2006, au to, pw, pl, 12,610 mi, full warranty, 541-504-3253 or HertzBend.com $4650 obo. 390 v8,auto, pwr. steer & new eng., brakes & PS, PB, AC, & more! 541-385-5809 crus, tilt, tinted win503-504-2764 DLR4821 541-546-6920 $16,000. 541-788-0427 radio (orig),541-419-4989 tires good. $ 2 495. The Bulletin Classified dows, Vin ¹224778. Was $7,999. WHEN YOU SEE THIS Ford Mustang Coupe 541-504-3833 Toyota Camrys: Now $5,999. Find It in 1966, original owner, 1984, $1200 obo; Peterbilt 359 p o table V8, automatic, great ~OO S UB A R U . 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Body is in 541-815-2380 541-41 9-5480. boards, very low shows new in 8 out, miles. orig. owner, non Sell your old one in the excellent condition, miles. Vin¹ 572535. perf. m ech. c o n d. smoker, exc. c ond. classifieds! Ask about our kYo]YT LA$71 $2500 obo. Was $25,999. Much more! Chrysler Sebring2006 $6500 Prin e ville Super Seller rates! R' 541-420-4677 Now $23,788. 541-385-5809 Fully loaded, exc.cond, $28,000 541-420-2715 503-358-8241 Big Tex Landscapvery low miles (38k), ing/ ATV Trailer, S UBA R U . always garaged, dual axle flatbed, 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend transferable warranty K omfort 25' 2 0 06, 1 7'x16', 7000 lb. 877-266-3821 Ford T-Bird 1966 incl. $8100 obo slide, AC, TV, awning. GVW, all steel, RAM 2500 2003, 5.7L Dlr ¹0354 541-848-9180 390 engine, power NEW: tires, converter, $1400. hemi V8, hd, auto, cruise, everything, new paint, am/fm/cd. $8400 obro. batteries. Hardly used. 541-382-4115, or Jeep Wrangler 54K original miles, 541-420-3634 /390-1285 $15,500. 541-923-2595 DON'TNISSTHIS 541-280-7024. UnlimitedX 2007, 6 runs great, excellent cond. in & out. Asking )„I. Speed, 4x4, 3.8 Liter $8,500. 541-480-3179 V6, running boards, Ford Crown V i ctoria Walton 14' dump 1995, LX sedan, 4 dr., premium wheels, low trailer, power V8, o r ig . ow n e r, miles. Vin¹ 147938. up/power down, 70,300 mi., studs on, • Was $24,999. Legal Notices • Legal Notices 7,000 Ib tandem axL e g al Notices reat condition. Now $22,788. les, used very little, MONTANA 3585 2008, Toyota Tundra 2011 3000. 541-549-0058. COURT OF THE $10,000.00, together new $11,900; mine, LEGAL NOTICE exc. cond., 3 slides, CrewMax V8 auto. , SU B A R U . with Plaintiffs reason- STATE OF OREGON $7200. ADOPT-Abundance king bed, Irg LR, ArcVin¹182027 $33,977 able attorney f e es FOR THE COUNTY Honda Civic LX 541-350-3921 of love to offer a GMC V~ton 1971, Only 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend tic insulation, all oppursuant t o ORS OF DES C HUTES. ROBBERSONX 2008, like new, child in stable, se877-266-3821 tions $37,500. $19,700! Original low 20.080 and 2 0 .082 CITIMORTGAGE, always garaged, cure 8 nur t uring 931 mile, exceptional, 3rd Dlr ¹0354 541-420-3250 and for Plaintiffs costs INC, ITS S UCCESloaded. 27k mi., home. Contact Jen owner. 951-699-7171 Automotive Parts, and d i s bursements SORS AND/OR AS541-312-3986 NuWa 297LK H i tchNissan Armada 2011, one owner. (800) 571-4136. i ncurred here i n . S IGNS, Plaintiff, v . www.robberson.com Hiker 2007, 3 slides, Service & Accessories Nicely Equipped, $13,500. LEGAL NOTICE DATED this 22nd day T HE UNKN O W N 32' touring coach, left Auto, AWD. 54 I -550-0994. 935 C IRCUIT COU R T , of March, 2012. CARL HEIRS A N D AS kitchen, rear lounge, NEED HOLIDAY $$$? Vin ¹607645 STATE OF OREGON, W. HOPP, JR. OSB Sport Utility Vehicles SIGNS O F G E O Rmany extras, beautiful We pay CASH for $35,995 OUNTY OF D E S - ¹751760, Attorney for GETTE DAVIS; THE c ond. inside & o u t, Junk Cars 8 Trucks! Hyundai Sonata 2012, C CHUTES. JOE L Plaintiff. IN THE CIRU NKNOWN DEV I 4 door, a uto, C D , G ISLER $32,900 OBO, Prinev- Also buying batteries & ENTE R - CUIT OF THE STATE S EES O F ille. 541-447-5502 days B a r racuda GE O Rcatalytic converters. Plymouth OF BEND bluetooth, pw, pl, tilt, PRISES, INC., Plain8 541-447-1641 eves. O F OR E GO N F O R GETTE DAVIS; ALL 1966, original car! 300 cruise. Vin ¹322715. Serving all of C.O.! 541-647-2822 tiff, v s . RI C HARD T HE C OUNTY O F PARTIES CLAIMING hp, 360 V8, centerWas $19,999. • Call 541-408-1090 HertzBend.com BOATMAN and SUlines, (Original 273 DESCHUTES JO EL A N I N T EREST I N Now $17,988. DLR4821 Snow tires & wheels, eng & wheels incl.) 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Plaintiff alleges: 1. At fendants. Case No.: S UMMON S FO R 2007, 4x4, leather, M Class, 3.5 Liter, lent shape, $23,900. complete car, $ 1949; 932 all t i mes m a t erial, CV120435. moonroof, 3rd row S UB A R U . Loaded, Low Miles. SUMPUBLICATION. TO 541-350-8629 Cadillac Series 61 1950, Plaintiff is and was an MONS. TO: RICH- DEFENDANTS: THE Antique & boards, 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend Vin ¹435853A 2 dr. hard top, complete seat. Running Oregon c o rporation ARD BOATMAN, IN low miles. U NKNOWN H E I RS $27,777 Classic Autos w /spare f r on t cl i p ., 877-266-3821 and the owner of a THE NAME OF THE A ND ASSIGNS O F Vin¹ 228919. $3950, 541-382-7391 Dlr ¹0354 S undowner hor s e Was $30,999. STATE OF OREGON: GEORGETTE DAVIS; trailer, O r egon You are hereby reTHE UNKNOWN DENow $28,488. OF BEMU DON'T IISS IIIIS cense ¹R751992. 2. quired to appear with VISEES OF GEO R541-647-2822 4j@SUBARU. At all times material, respect to the ComGETTE DAVIS; ALL HertzBend.com VW Karman Ghia Defendants R ichard plaint filed against you PARTIES CLAIMING Pilgrim In t e rnational 1921 Model T 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend DLR4821 Delivery Truck 1970, good cond., B oatman an d S u - in the above entitled A N I N TEREST I N 2005, 36' 5th Wheel, 877-266-3821 new upholstery and Restored 8 Runs Model¹M-349 RLDS-5 Mitsubishi 3 00 0 G T zanne Boatman were cause within t h irty THE REAL P R OPDlr ¹0354 convertible top. and doing busiFall price $ 2 1,865. $9000. E RTY C O M M O N L Y (30) days from the Cayenne 2004, 1 999, a u to., p e a r l nessare $10,000. Chevy Tahoe LS 2001 Porsche as Bend Equip- date of service of this K NOWN A S 1 8 5 40 541-312-4466 541-389-8963 86k, immac, dealer w hite, very low m i . 541-389-2636 4x4. 120K mi, Power ment Repair. On or Summons upon you, T UMALO RE S E Rloaded, now $9500. 541-788-8218. about October, 2010, seats, Tow Pkg, 3rd maint'd, and if you fail so to VOIR RD. BEND, OR $17000. 503-459-1580 Just too many row s eating, e x tra Plaintiff delivered the Advertise your car! a ppear f o r wan t 97701: IN THE NAME 0 tires, CD, pnvacy tint- Subaru Forester LL S undowner hor s e thereof the Plaintiff(s) OF THE STATE OF collectibles? Add A Picture! 0 D , I ing, upgraded rims. Reach thousands of readers~ trailer to Defendants will apply to the Court O REGON: You a r e Bean edition 2005, Fantastic cond. $7995 Call 541-385-5809 to repair interior wa2.5 XS, leather, for the relief prayed h ereby required t o Sell them in at The Bulletin Classifieds Contact Tim m ter damage. 4. On or for in said Complaint. appear and defend moonroof, roof rack, 541-408-2393 for info The Bulletin Classifieds about April 13, 2011, alloy wheels, NOTICE TO DEFENthe action filed against or to view vehicle. DANT READ THESE you in the above-enVin¹ 703121 "My Little Red Corvette" Plaintiff entered into Ford Bronco, 1990, 5.8 L, an Agreement with Was $15,995. P APERS CARE - titled cause within 30 541-385-5809 1996 coupe. 132K, D efendants that i n F ULLY! Yo u new exhaust, runs good, m u s t days from the date of 26-34 mpg. 350 auto. Now $14,995. $995. 971-219-9122 addition to the water "appear" in this case service of this Sum'55 Chevy 2 dr . w gn $12,500 541-923-1781 damage repair, De- or the other side will mons upon you; and if S UBA RU. PROJECT car, 350 Aircraft, Parts FUBARUOFBBND COM fendants would modify win automatically. To you fail to appear and Ford Explorer 4x4, small block w/Weiand VW Thing 1974, good 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend & Service HefCZCar Sal e s Plaintiffs Sundowner "appear" you must file d efend, f o r wan t 1991 - 154K miles, dual quad tunnel rim cond. Extremely Rare! OF BRN D 877-266-3821 horse trailer to pro- with the Court a legal thereof, the P laintiff rare 5-speed tranny with 450 Holleys. T-10 Only built in 1973 8 Dlr ¹0354 vide for two sliders. It paper & manual hubs, 4-speed, 12-bolt posi, 1 974. ca l le d a will apply to the court $8,000 . was agreed between "Motion' or "Answer". f or th e r e l ief d e Weld Prostar whls, 541-389-2636 clean, straight, evToyota 4 Runner SR5 Plaintiff and D efeneryday driver. Was extra rolling chassis + This paper must be manded therein. PITE 1997, 4X4, 182K mi., -rezer dants that the cost of extras. $6000 for all. $2200; now $1900! given to t h e c o u rt DUNCAN, LLP. a uto, n e w tire s 2005 Chrysler T&C the modification and 541-389-7669. Bob, 541-318-9999 clerk or administrator Dated: December 3 , Pickups (Goodyear Wrangler) AT, Minivan • t he i n t erior w a t e r within thirty (30) days 2012. By: D avid J. on front wheels, sun ¹590105A ............$5 F995 1/3 interest in Columdamage repair would a long with th e r e - B oulanger, OSB ¹ Ford Explorer Eddie roof, running boards, 2000 Ford Expedition bia 400, located at be t h e sum of q uired filing fee. I t 092943, Trial A ttorSunriver. $ 1 38,500. Bauer Edition 2006, tow pkg., roof racks, Eddie Bauer, loaded $10,000.00. 5. On or must be i n p r o per ney, (503) 222-2256, cruise, well m a int., ¹812704.............. $6,995 Call 541-647-3718 Loaded. Vin ¹B40784 about April 13, 2011 form and have proof Fax: (503) 222 2260, $4995. 541-633-0255 $15,759 2005 ChevyColoradoZQ8 P laintiff paid to D e - o f service o n t h e Dboulanger@pitOnly 57K Miles fendants the sum of 940 plaintiffs attorney, or if eduncan.com, Roch1966 GMC, 2nd owner, ¹287420 ..............$7 F995 $10,000.00. 6. On or the plaintiff does not elle L. Stanford, OSB too many extras to list, Ford 250 XLT 1990, Vans OF BEND 2004 Volvo XC90 about October, 2011, 6 yd. dump bed, $8500 obo. Serious buyhave an attorney, on ¹062444, 541-647-2822 Plaintiff received reAT, AWO,Leather ers only. 541-536-0123 139k, Auto, $5500 t he plaintiff. If y o u rstanford O pitedunturn o f t h e S u n dHertzBend.com ¹079529.................$11,259 541-410-9997 have questions, you c an.com, Pho n e : DLR4821 owner horse t railer 2010 Chevy Codalt tr r 1 /3 interest i n w e llshould see an attor- 6 19-326-2404, F a x : F T 4-Dr Sedan, AT, PL, PW, CD, w ith r e p airs an d ney immediately. If equipped IFR Beech Bo6 1 9-326-2430, 6 21 modifications not y ou need h el p i n SW Morrison St. Suite nanza A36, new 10-550/ Skip the Pumps P~l ¹224786...........$11,995 completed. The modi- finding an a ttorney prop, located KBDN. 4 25, P o rtland, O R f ications t ha t ha d you may call the Or- 97205, Of Attorneys $65,000. 541-419-9510 Chevrolet G20 Sports- 2011 Kia Rio LX fi U, -I been performed were e gon S t at e Ba r ' s for Plaintiff. NOTICE man, 1993, exlnt cond, 4-nr Sedan, AT,Super Fuel Chevy C-20 Pickup Executive Hangar done so i mproperly Lawyer Referral Ser- TO DEF E N DANT/ $4750. 541-362-5559 or SaverandPRICED TON/OVE! 1969, all orig. Turbo 44; Ford F150 SuperCrewat Bend Airport and violated the engi- vice ¹960522 ............ $1 2,777 GMC Envoy 2002 4WD 541-663-6046 at (503) DEFENDANTS READ auto 4-spd, 396, model Cab XLT 2012 (KBDN) neering st a n dards 2011 Hyundai AccentGLS 684-3763 or toll-free T HESE PA PE R S $6,450. Loaded, CST /all options, orig. 60' wide x 50' deep, Vin ¹D17637 $31,977 established by Sund- in Oregon at (800) 4-Or Sedan,AT,Super FuelSaver Leather, Heated CAREFULLY. Y ou owner, $22,000, w/55' wide x 17' high Chevy Astro owner, the manufacROBBERSON 4 seats, Bose sound ¹61 5414 ............ $1 2,777 4 52-7636. DA T E D : must "appear" in this 541-923-6049 bi-fold door. Natural Cargo Van 2001, turer of t h e h o r se M arch 2 2 , 201 2 . case or the other side system. Ext. roof rack 2009 Kia Rondo LX f ji~ A.a gas heat, office, bathpw, pdl, great cond., trailer. 7. As a result /s/Carl W. Hopp, Jr. will win automatically. (218) 478-4469 AT, Low, Low Miles business car, well room. Parking for 6 of Defendants' work to CARL W. HOPP, JR. To "appear" you must Certified Pre-owned ¹267915A .......... $1 3,225 GMC Yukon Denali c ars. A d jacent t o maint'd, regular oil repair the water dam100k mile warrant OSB¹751760, A t torfile with the court a le2011Mazda3 !Sport Frontage Rd; g reat 2003, leather, moonchanges, $4500. age on t h e h o r se ney f o r Pla i ntiff. gal paper called a 541-312-3986 4 cth auto roof, premium wheels, visibility for a viation Please call trailer, De f e ndants STATE OF OREGON "motion" or "answer". ¹422170.................$1 3,995 www.robberson.com 3rd row. Very nice. 541-633-5149 bus. 1jetjock@q.com M provided mat e nals ss. County of D esThe "motion" or Uan2008 VW Rabbit S Chevy Wagon 1957, Vin ¹128449. 541-948-2126 and work with the fair F250 2010 Super duty chutes I , C arl W. swer" must be given AT, AC, PL, PW, low miles21k 4-dr., complete, Was $15,999. market v a l u e of Hopp, XLT 4x4 crew cab Jr., to the court clerk or Chev 1994 G20 c us- ¹OOat 1O............$13,995 P iper A r cher 1 9 8 0, $7,000 OBO, trades, Now $13,788. $ 1,440.00. 8. In a t diesel. ONLY 20k mi. OSB¹751760, as administrator w i t h in tomized van, 1 2 8k, 2009 ChevyHHR based in Madras, alplease call tempting to modify the Plaintiffs attorney, do 30 days (or 60 days $35,988 ¹E84931 3 50 motor, HD t o w 4-nr, AT,VeryLowMiles S UB ARU. ways hangared since 541-389-6998 BUBARUOFBBND COM horse trailer, Defene quipped, seats 7 , hereby certify that I for Defendant United new. Ne w a n n ual,Chrysler 30 0 C o u pe .............$13,995 dants improperly cut 2060 NE Hwy 20• Bend sleeps 2. comfort, util- ¹517726 prepared the forego- States or State of Orauto pilot, IFR, one 2006 Ford Explorer Oregon into the side of the 877-266-3821 44 0 e n g ine, ity road ready, nice Eddie Bauer, Ltd, Loaded ing copy of Summons egon Department of piece win d shield. 1967, ANtOSOurDe Dlr ¹0354 horse trailer to place and have c a refully Revenue) along with trans, ps, air, cond. $4000?Trade for ¹84rt?84......0nly$15,759 Fastest Archer auto. 541-598-3750 the two sliders, sevmini van. Call Bob, frame on rebuild, recompared the same the required filing fee. a round. 1 75 0 t o t al Honda CRV 2005, 2004 GMCSierra 2500 aaaoregonautosource.com ering required sup- with t h e ori g i nal It must be in proper 541-318-9999 4WD, moonroof, alloy t ime. $68,5 0 0 . painted original blue, crew cabSLT ports. To repair the thereof; and that it is a form and have proof original blue interior, 541-325-3556 wheels, very clean. Chevy Lumina 1 9 95 ¹157572 .. .. $16F995 improper m o d ifica- true and correct copy o f service o n t h e original hub caps, exc. Vin ¹027942. 7 -pass. v a n wit h 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse t ions will cost chrome, asking $9000 of s a i d ori g inal. plaintiff's attorney or, Was $12,799. p ower c h a i r lif t , GS Sport Auto, convertible, $ 4,335.00. 9 . T h a t D ATED: March 2 2 , or make offer. Ford F250 XLT 4x4 if the plaintiff does not Now $10,988 Trucks 8 $1500; 1989 Dodge fuel efficient 2 44 cyl Plaintiff is entitled to 541-385-9350 L ariat, 1990, r e d , 2011. / s / Carl W. have a n at t o rney, ¹002210.................$16,995 Turbo Va n 7 pass. the cost needed to reHeavy Equipment 80K original miles, Hopp, Jr. CARL W. proof of service on the ~QlbSUBARU. has new motor and 2010 Subaru Forester FUBARUOFBBND COM pair t h e im p roper HOPP, 4" lift with 39's, well JR. plaintiff. If you have rans., $1500. I f i n - 2.5X, AT, AWD m odifications in t h e OSB¹751760, A ttor- questions, you should maintained, $4000 2060 NE Hwy 20 • Bend tterested call Ja y ¹795497.................$1 9,995 sum of $4,335.00, and ney for Plaintiff. TO 877-266-3821 obo. 541-419-5495 see an attorney imChrysler SD 4-Door 503-269-1 057. 2007 ChevyTahoe LS refund of the T HE OFFICER O R Dlr ¹0354 mediately. If you need 1930, CD S R oyal 1500 Nicely epuipped $ 10,000.00 pre v i - O THER PER S O N help in finding an atStandard, 8-cylinder, ¹152582 .. .. $20,777 ously paid to DefenSERVING T HIS torney, you may conbody is good, needs dants, l e s s the SUMMONS: You are tact the Oregon State 2010 NissanMaxima Diamond Reo Dump some r e s toration, AT, Leather $ 1,440.00 for w o r k hereby directed to see Bar's Lawyer Referral Truck 19 7 4, 12 -14 runs, taking bids, and materials utilized a true copy of t he ¹809347.................$21,995 S ervice o n line a t yard box, runs good, 541-383-3888, to repair the water 2012 Subaru Outback2.5 within Summons and www.oregonstatebar. 541-815-3318 $6900, 541-548-6812 damage. 10. On Feb- of the Complaint upon org or by calling (503) PremiumAT,AWD •t ruary 3, 2012 Plaintiff the Defendant. /s/Carl 6 84 376 3 ( i n t h e f/217592 .............. $26,259 0 made demand upon W. Hopp, Jr. CARL Oo' 2008 Mercedes-Benz Portland metropolitan Honda Civic I X 2006 Defendants for pay- W. M-Class 3.5 Liter, Loaded, .o HOP P , J R. area) or toll free else4-dr sedan, exc. cond, ment of $ 10,000.00 Low Miles OSB¹751760, A t torwhere in Oregon at 31K miles, AC, p.s, dr O representing monies ney for Plaintiff. f/435853A ............ $27,777 & windows, pre(800) 452 7636. Pub~ In 12 DAYS! locks paid and damages inmium wheels, new l ication dates: D e 2011 ToyotaTacomaTRD "The Bulletin curred b y P l a intiff. LEGAL NOTICE studded tires, chains, Double cab,4x4,only17km iles cember 8, 15, 22 and This is an action for T his d emand w a s I Clas s ifieds AM/FM -CD, all records I ¹078811 .. .. $29,947 29, 2012. Judicial F oreclosure from 2009, 24-40 mpg,• ~ m ade p ursuant t o got it dOne!" must sell! $12,500/offer. 2011Nissan Armada O RS 2 0 . 080 an d of real property comNicely Equipped, AT 541-xxx-xxxx as ) Jeff L. 20.082. D e fendants monly k n ow n /twn ¹Lso?645......$35,995 Call theBulletin ClassifiedDept. have not paid said 18540 Tumalo ReserThrough t 2/27/t 2 Take care of voir Rd., Bend, OR Allvehiclessubject to prior sale,does sum, nor an y p a rt Want Results from qualified 541-385-5809or 541-382-1811 97701. A motion or nuincludeux, license ortitle andregthereof. Plaintiff is enyour investments istrationprocessingfee of$100. Vie's local buyers? titled to its' reason- answer must be given posted at dealership. SeeHerlz Car forratestoday! to the court clerk or Call us at 541-385-5809 and ask able attorney fees. Sales ofBendfordetails. Oealeru821 with the help from administrator w i t hin about our Wheel Deal special! 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Near private river acmore. tains & Powell Butte. tile counters, partial Where can you find a Very good road. PosBarbara Jackson, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, basement, new Trex cess. This home has sible owner t e rms. helping hand? Broker 1 700+ sq f t h o m e. decking & more. Set 'elbow room', inside & $775,000 out! Over an acre, it From contractors to 541-306-8186 Check out this one at MLS¹201208822 up for horses. Fenced has a p o l e b a r n, Candice Anderson, $479,000. Laina Ryan, Principal yard care, it's all here & cross fenced. You greenhouse, 8 Broker MLS¹201202946 Broker, GRI have to see to appre- shop/mancave/storin The Bulletin's 541-788-8878 Laina Ryan, Principal Cascade/Sotheby's ciate. $525,000. age. Inside, a spa"Call A Service Tom Roth, Broker Int'n Realty Broker, GRI Laina Ryan, Principal cious living room and 541-771-6549 541-419-7540 Cascade/Sotheby's Professional" Directory Broker, GRI a den, good master Int'n Realty John L. 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Built-in suites & wine cellar. 4 8 16. E a gl e C r e st Home-ID 831 of The Bulletin's MLS: 201203939. 541-550-4944 541-536-1731 If it's under wet bar. Shop with bedroom, 3.5 b a th, Properties Eagle Crest Properties "Call A Service Light and bright solid We never stop moving: concrete floor. 866-722-3370 3811 sq.ft. 866-722-3370 '500 you can place it in Tollgate Getaway! wood interior doors, MLS¹201206297 MLS¹201204524 Professional" Stick built home with a $374,900 Extraordinary Close to Sisters hardwood floors, The Bulletin Virginia Ross, Broker, Margo Degray, Broker, Directory today! view and double gaThis charming cabin is stainless steel applics view of Mt Jefferson ABR, CRS, GRI ABR, CRS Classifieds for: rage. $125 , 000. centered thru wall to ready for new owners. ances, updated 541-480-7501 541-480-7355 MLS¹2905473 Situated on a nice .50 kitchen with granite, wall windows. This We never stop moving: We never stop moving.' NW Bend j $275,000 '10 - 3 lines, 7 days Call Linda Lou acre lot. Conveniently large lot, extra park4bd 2079 sq ft home MORRIS Remodeled 2 bedDay-Wright, l ocated close to a l l ing, fenced dog area. features knotty pine, REAL ESTATE room, 2 ba t hroom '16 - 3 lines, 14 days Broker, 541-771-2585 Central Oregon has to $375,000. rock fireplace, cuscs Ind p ndyndy~ d y n dcpynyed cottage with granite (Private Party ads only) Crooked River Realty offer. Community ofwww.johnlscott.com/3 tom cabinets, double c ounters, slate a nd f ers p o o l , ten n is 9786 oven! Home-ID 974. THE FALLS at wood flooring. OverBroken Top j Check out the courts and rec. center. Jim Brennan, Broker Eagle Crest ProperEagle Crest Resort MORRIS MORRIS sized single car ga$1,185,000 classifieds online Barbara Jackson, 541-480-7296 ties Central Oregon's rage, fenced y ard. The Pinehurst at Bro- wtNw.bendbu0etin.com REAL ESTATE Broker John L. 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Large 1705 bedroom, 2 bath neighborhood close to Wyndemere Michelle Tisdel, REAL ESTATE lots on the Chalsq. ft., 3 bdrm, 2 bath. home features expan- 4144 Sq. Ft. - $108/Sq. hospital, s h o pping, and 541-385-5809 Indypey dcndy ~yd ynd Opcyyryd P.C., Broker lenge Course are Knotty alder cabinets, sive windows, f ire- Ft. 4 bdrm/3 bath - 3 dining & schools. cs 541-390-3490 available. Stop by our SS appli a nces, p lace, den. 3 b a y car garage, .81 acre We never stop moving: MLS¹201208195 office located next to front/back landshop with RV parking with n a tural l a n dDrake Park & River Julia Buckland, NW Bend j $449,000 the Ridge Prop Shop scaped with irrigation and 2 car detached scaping, family room Views j $649,000 Broker, ABR, ALHS, MORRIS Close to town, large or call 866-722-3370 $181,900. C al l Jim garage. Priced to sell plus bonus room, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 4015 sq. ft. home on CRS, GRI REAL ESTATE for a personal tour. 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Call Greg Barnwell, Broker l 541-848-7222

Call Rod Hatchell, Brokerl 541-728-8812

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61531 Aaron Way ( $199,750

16869 Downey Rd. ) $199,900

• 1780 SF, 4 bdrm, 2.5 bath

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Call Greg Barnwell, Broker l 541-848-7222 l www.gregsellscentraloregon.com

Eagle Crest Chalet ) $249,000

Rivers Edge - Golf View ( $369,000!

• On golf course • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths • Loft area with storage

• 3 bed,2 bath,plusofice • 1695 SF w/open floor plan • .57acre lot w/RV parking • Fenced yard w/sprinkler system • His & hers closets in master • Surrounded by recreational

• Corner cu -de-saclot • Bedrooms & laundry up • Spacious kitchen opento great room features: • Tiled granite counters,stainless

• 55149 Forest Lane • 3 bed, 2 bath, 1224 SF • Very comfortable home for weekendgetawaysorfull time living in the woods • Desirable development • Close to the Big Deschutes MLS¹201206233

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Gem in the Rough( Three Rivers South J$165,000

• 3 bed, 2 bath, 1500 SF home • 2000 sq. ft. shop • New cherry wood cabinets and stainless steel appli-

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• Open floor plan • Enjoy all the Eagle Crest amenities

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Call Jordan Haase, Principal Broker l 541-420-1559

Call Carol Osgood or Korren Bower, Brokersl541.419-0843

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Luxury Townhomes/ Offered from $397,900

17940 Parkway Lane ~ $399,000

Perfect Home in The Parks ( $435,000

10 Aquila Lodge ( Sunriver ( $450,000

• Permitted GP Building w/llvlog quarter/loft • Bath, laundry area, septic, well & pumphouse • RV Itookups inside & out, 100 amp breaker in shop • Great location between Sisters & Bend ' Build your dream home while you live in loft area or your RV MLS¹201105898

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Westside - 3811 NW Summerfield Rd.( $450,000

• West Hills contemporary home in the pines • 3180 SF on a double lot

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Call Sue Price, Broker l 541-408-7742

Sunriver - 27 Cypress Lane ~ $528,900 • • • •

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MLS¹ 201208424

Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist

Call Bryan Hilts, Broker l 541-771-3200 cloudnine@bendcable. com

17199 Merganser Dr. ~ Bend ( $550,000

Large Home, Friendly NeighborhoodJ $575,000

• Beautiful riverfront log home • 2 bdrms, 2 baths, 2496 SF • Spacious master features log beams & custom windows • Large entry & vaulted great room • River-facinq, large back deck

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Call Ron Davis, Principal Broker l 541-480-3096

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New Tetherow Home ( $675,000

PerfectLocation ( $657,000

• 2956 SF luxury townhome • 4 suites, beautifully appointed • Master on the main level • Extensive hardwoods, granite, rockwork • Situated on 15th fairway of Widgi Creek

• PleasantAwbteyButte cul-de-sac setting • 3/4 acre forestedlot • 3616 SF, 4-plus bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 3-car garage,gameroom, lots of storage • Great backyardw/large deckand playhouse MLS¹201206778

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• 3452SF,4bed,3bathhomein private setting • Great room, kitchen, formal living area • Family room w/wetbar, guestsuite

• 23+ acres • Gorgeous Cascade Mtn, views

• Stunning kitchen, stainless, granite, European cabinetry • Motivated sel et

• 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths • 4-car garage+ shop area • Quality open great room • 2.1 acres, w/1 acre irrig. • Property is fully fenced • Master on the main floor • Quality & pride of ownership! MLS¹ 201208385

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• Oversized 5-cargarage

63235 Peterman Lane ( $539,900

5 bedrooms, 4 baths 8 skylights, 2 family areas Stainless appliances Great rental history

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• 5 bedrooms, master on main leve

Call Robin Yeakel, Broker, CRSl 541-408-0406 Resort Properties Specialist

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Call Deb Tebbs Group, Brokers l 541-419-4553

• Contemporary home in Awbrey Glen

• Contemporary floor plan and finishes •Waterfeatures,inside and out • Mature old growth pine trees, beautiful landscaping. Mustsee! MLS¹201208025

• Awaiting your custom touches

•Two fireplaces& a hottub MLS¹201101706

2910 NW Underhill Place ( $475,000

1700 NW lowa ~ $460,000

• 4 bedroom, 3 bath • 4144 SF w/room for multiple uses • Full on Cascade Mtn. viewson .81 acre • 3-car garage • Quality construction - great condition

• Upscale, lodge style living • 3 bdrms, 2.5 baths, 2135 SF • Large master on main level • Slab granite, beech hardwood & slate floors

• 2686 SF, .18 acre • 4 bedrooms,3.5 baths • Open floor planw/vaulted ceilings • Lotsofupgrades,immaculatey

64885 McGrath Road • Perfect location between Bend &Redmond x 3 • 4bdrm, 3 bath,3458SF w/main levelliving • Goigeousnewquartz counter tops& SS appliancesin large kitchen .'-':I", h~,"; • New carpet, lovellayndscapedyard,

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• 3 bed, bonus,loft, 3-car garage • Main level living & master suite • Three outdoor terracesand indoor/outdoor living • Large lot (16,915 sq, ft.) • Full golf membership MLS¹201206848

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Call Natalie Vandenborn, Broker l 541-508-9581

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Contemporary City Living ( $820,000

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Call Rhonda Garrison, Principal Brokerl 541-279-1768 Or Chris Sperry, Principal Brokerl 541-749-8479

1451 NW Remarkable Dr. ) $945,000

Broken Top Classic ~ $945,000

Luxury Single Level in Broken Top( $1,150,000

Prime Development Land ~ $1,250,000

• Overlooking10thfairway&green • Custom homecompletely remodeled .!. in 2004-05 byMeliose Construction • Kathy &Katol Niemiinterior plan/ designwith quality &detail - 4476SF • 5bed, 5.5bath, mainlevel master • Great room design. Wonderfu indoor and outdoorliving spacious,quiet cul-de-sacocation

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Call Ken Renner, Principal Broker l 541-280-5352

Call Shelly Swanson, Broker l 541-408-0086

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Call Kelly Horton, Broker l 541-508-9163

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15631 SW Mecate Lane ) $1,545,000

23040 Brushline Ct. ) Bend ( $1,970,000

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Call Melanie Maitre, Broker ABR, SRES, ePRO 541-480-4186

Ranch Retreat with River Frontage/ $3,900,000

Tailwind Farms On The River / $4,000,000

• 4773 SF, 3bdm, 4 bath home

• Beautiful 9682 SFhomewith massive out, chepskitchen, butler's pantry • Master bedroom wing w/sitting area, his/herseverythingplusguest/family wing • CascadeMtnviews,33+ acies,

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Deschutes River Ranch Estate / $2,890,000

Brasada Ranch 5400 SF on Rat.75 acre! 5 fireplaces! Green built, efficient solar system

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Beautiful 2-Story 3 Large Lot In SW Red- ON THE 1 1t h F A IR- Spacious & I m macu-1 4315 Fern Dell, L a 1 4752 Birds Eye - Im C ompletely fen c e d Prineville ( $28,000 1 6755 Elk C t . , 2 1 0 0 bdrms, 3 baths, 1918 mond. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, WAY behind the gate late craftsman home Pine. $249,000. 1008 m aculate home i n property! 13665 SW Private 2 acre lot in s q.ft., 9 . 9 acr e s , sq. ft., stainless appli- 1108 sq.ft, 9148 sq.ft. at Eagle Crest. 3725 on the Dry Canyon in sq. ft. home, 2 large Pond Pines, Cinder. $84, 9 0 0. High Desert Estates in views. $297,000. High ances, gas fireplace. lot, hot tub, sprinkler sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, Redmond. Hom e garages. High Lakes $219,000. High Lakes MLS¹201207581 P rineville. Con v e - Lakes Realty & PropLandscaped with irri- system, greenhouse. 3.75 baths, 2 h u ge features great room Realty & Pr o perty Realty & Pr o pertyC all M e lody C u r ry niently located off a erty Man a gement gation $188 , 900. $84,000. bonus rooms, large layout, gene r ous Management Management 541-771-1116 paved road. Territory 541-536-0117 541-536-0117 541-536-0117 MLS¹201208280 MLS¹201207599. deck, 3 car garage, kitchen w/ bkfst bar & Crooked River Realty views and close to 3 bdrm, 2 bath, custom Jim Hinton, Pam Lester, Principal alder cabinetry, gran- pantry, mai n f l o or51506 Riverland Ave, recreation. Home. 6320 home, huge shop, 541-420-6229 B roker, Century 2 1 ite countertops. d en/bedroom & f u l l Updated 2 bdrm on 1 1715 Mare Ct . 1 8 09 Custom MLS¹201203283 SW Groundhog Road. $299,000 Central Oregon Realty Gold Country Realty, MLS¹201203992. bath, formal d ining a cre, l a rg e s h o p, sq.ft., 3 large bdrms, John Snippen, Broker, MLS¹201204034 MLS¹201203307 shop, Group, LLC Inc. 541-504-1338 $529,900 room w/parlor, dining $82,900. High Lakes 30x60 MBA, ABR, CRS, GRI $299,450 High Lakes Julie Fahlgren, Broker, 541-312-7273 Beautiful custom home NE Redmond, 3 bdrm, John L. Scott Real Es- area, triple garage, Realty & Pr o perty $165,000. Realty & Pr o perty Call Melody Curry 541-550-0098 fenced bac k yard, Management 541-948-9090 all on 1 level. Large 2 bath, 1360 sq. ft., tate 541-548-1712 541-771-1116 Crooked River Realty Management stamped concrete pa- 541-536-0117 We never stop moving: windows for triple garage, office, Crooked River Realty 541-536-0117 views! Great tio, g u tters, w a t er light/bright c o m fort. bay f ront w i n dow, Panoramic 3 bdrm, 2 bath horse Eagles N e st. Gorgeous Mountain Huge master s uite large patio, mature location 3 miles NW of feature, garden area, 16103 property w/barn and Redmond. Views of Ig master bedroom, M fd. h o me , wel l 1 5738 Eastwind C t . , Cg Views. 12649 SW w/vaulted ceilings & landscaping, fenced Smith incredible views. Rock & new ext./int. p aint, maintained, 1 a c r e, 1620 sq.ft., 3 bdrm, Peninsula Dr. skylights. Cozy family yard. $128,000. MLS large $139,000 garage, garage, $75,000. High O chocos. Cus t o m c entral heat/AC, & MLS¹201205061 room w/gas fireplace 201207127 MLS¹201203441 $129,900. High Lakes Lakes Realty & Propbuilt 2478 sq. ft. home large living room win$162,900 MORRIS open t o kit c hen.Pam Lester, Principal Call Julie Fahlgren, Man a gement Realty & Pr o perty Call Melody Curry on 4.74 acres. 1800 dows to capture the erty $209,900 B roker, Century 2 1 REAL ESTATE Broker, 541-550-0098 Management 541-536-0117 sq. ft. shop w/RV bay. canyon views along 541-771-1116 MLS¹201208542 Gold Country Realty, MLS201202726 Indcpe dcnely ~cd nnd Openccd Crooked River Realty w/ quick access to the 4 bdrm, 3 bath frame 541-536-0117 Crooked River Realty John L. Scott Real Inc. 541-504-1338 walking trails & parks home that is set up for 1 5466 R ainbow C t . , $397,000 J o h n L. Estate 541-548-1712 5.950 acres with home 762 Scott R ea l E s t ate $21 9,900. MLS¹ n easy care. Yard is LaPine. $1 7 9 ,000. What are you & large 72x60 shop. in Say ngoodbuy Craftsman style single 541-548-1712 201204870 Homes with Acreage l andscaped, s o m e Builder's custom 4 CRR $265,000. level 3 bdrm, 2 bath, John L. Scott Real Eslooking for? to that unused MLS¹201209007 grass front and back, b drm, 2 ba t h , a t 1271 sq. ft., knotty altate 541-548-1712 52240 Pine Forest, La Redmond ~ $249,900 fenced dog area, cov- t ached garage, 1 . 1 Call Linda Lou You'll find it in item by placing it in der cabinets/SS apSingle story home on Pine 3 bdrm, 2 bath, e red r e a r dec k , acre. High Lakes ReDay-Wright, Broker, pliances, gas fireThe Bulletin Classifieds .26 of an acre in gated SW Redmond 3 bdrms., screened party room alty & Property Mg- The Bulletin Classifieds l arge s h op , 1. 2 4 541-771-2585 place, dbl. car garage. community. 3 bed- 2 baths, 1120 sq. ft., with BBQ. So much acres. $196,000. High Crooked River Realty mnt. 541-536-0117 $149,900. Call Jim Lakes Realty & Proproom, 3 bath, 2498 clean, turn-key single here - a real must 5 41-385-58 0 9 Hinton 541-420-6229 sq.ft. Granite counters story home, fenced, see! $269,000 MLS 16033 C a s cade erty Man a gementStunning 2288 sq. ft. , 4 541-385-5809 Central Oregon Realty 541-536-0117 & h a rdwoods. D e - shed. Traditional sale, 201207419 bdrm, 2y/2 b a t h , i n $114,900 1538 sq. ft. Group, LLC New Construction - 3 tached office space. 3 T oo new fo r M L S. CRR, mt. views, large Cascade Realty, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, over- N ewer home with 4 52505 Meadow Ln. 3 large bedrooms, 2 car garage, nice deck $119,900 Eagle Crest Beautiful bdrm, 2 b ath, 1548 T rex d e ck , m e d ia Dennis Haniford, Princ. sized garage, High 3.5 acres, 2 tax room & office, dbl gar in the back. city views from this sq.ft., vaulted, gas Pam Lester, Princ. BroBroker Lakes Realty & Prop- baths, split floor plan, Brdm, lots, shop. $129,900. workable MLS¹201206831 2600 sq. ft. 3 bdrm, furnace-range-water + 1200 sq. ft. shop. ker, Century 21 Gold 1-541-536-1731 erty Man a gement large kitchen, and plenty of High Lakes Realty & Fenced. $269,000 2.5 bath home. Huge heater, fenced, land- Pattl Geraghty, Broker Country Realty, Inc. 541-536-0117 Cascade Truck and VeProperty Ma n agescaped. $16 2 ,900 room for a large fam541-948-5880 price reduction! 541-504-1338 Call Nancy Popp, Bro hicle Wash. 1 7 071 MLS ¹ 201 2 07750 ily. Nice size yard too. ment 541-536-0117 We never stop moving: 16624 A s c h a Ct ., ker, 541-815-8000 $449,000. MLS Tracy, $395 , 000. $121,900. 3 bdrm, 2.5 MLS ¹ 201202015 2 01206886 John L . Pam Lester, Principal Crooked River Realty High Lakes Realty & 53089 Alps Ct., in La B roker, Century 2 1 $76,000 Scott R ea l E s t ate Looking for your next bonus r o om. ine, $ 2 39,900. 3 Equestrian Property Ma n age- bath, Gold Country Realty, 5-a c res, 541-548-1712 High Lakes Realty & D&D Realty Group LLC P emp/oyee? bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1.13 36x48 6-stall b a rn, Inc. 541-504-1338 ment 541-536-0117 541-475-3030, Property Ma n agePlace a Bulletin help acres. Adjoins Nat'I cross-fenced, groom Take care of ment 541-536-0117 wanted ad today and 14211 W hitewater New construction! SW O utstanding Val u e ! F orest Land. H i g h ing stall, wash rack, MORRIS reach over 60,000 Redmond $159,900 $359,900. 2947 sq.ft., Over 3000 sq. ft. 2 your investments Lakes Realty & Prophay barn, mare barn 756 readers each week. 4 bdrm, 3 bath, cus3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 1466 REAL ESTATE level house that has erty Man a gement w/foaling stalls. 2004 with the help from t om h o me . Hig h Jefferson County Homes great potential and is sq. ft. 2-story home, Your classified ad l dcpc dc clyo cdn dOpcmecd 541-536-0117 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. will also appear on Lakes Realty & Propgas fireplace in great The Bulletin's in very good condibendbulletin.com erty Ma n agement,L evel city lo t i n t h e tion. Daylight base- 52625 Huntington, Riv- $298,500. Call Nancy room. L a ndscaped "Call A Service Popp, Broker, 541-536-0117 with sprinkler system Want to impress the which currently reheart of Culver. All ment. Huge possibili- erfront property, 20.39 541-815-8000 MLS¹201207534 ceives over Professional" Directory u tilities are a t t h e ties. $158,800 MLS acres. $525,000. High Crooked River Realty relatives? Remodel 8 Butternut, Sunriver. 1.5 million page Jim Hinton street ready to be in 201207709 Lakes Realty & Propyour home with the $294,900 3 bdrm, 2 views every month 541-420-6229 Fieldstone crossing, 4 Man a gement12250 NW Dove Rd bath, built i n 2 0 00, stalled. This lot just John L. Scott Real Es- erty help of a professional at no extra cost. Central Oregon Realty needs y o u r new 541-536-0117 bdrm, 2.5 bath, 2130 tate 541-548-1712 High Lakes Realty & Custom cedar s i ded from The Bulletin's Bulletin Classifieds Group, LLC sq.ft., gas fireplace, home. 208 2nd Ave, Property Ma n ageh ome with f loor t o Priced to Sell! Afford"Call A Service Get Results! C ulver. $38, 2 0 0 1 6249 South D r . tile countertops, slate NEW LISTING! 3 bdrm, ment 541-536-0117 c eiling windows t o Call 385-5809 or entry, hardwood, huge 2 bath, 1700 sq.ft, 23 Professional" Directory MLS¹ 201 2 03505. able l i ving, g r e at $595,000. 6.27 acre take in the mtn. views. place your ad on-line 53547 Kokanee Way, Juniper Realty starter or investment. horse property with d eck, f e nced, R V acre lot, tile floors, tile Immaculate 1841 sq. at $59,000 $395,000. Pnstine nv- 541-504-5393 area. $179,900. MLS b acksplash, g orgeous 2 92 2 s f f t., 3 b d rm, 2 b a t h lan d MLS¹201208170 bendbulletin.com erfront, 2114 sq. ft. h ome, shop. H i g h ¹ 2012059483. P a m s caped, with tongue & groove e d. home. High L a kes3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1.03, D&D Realty Group LLC Lakes Realty & Prop- vaulted Lester, Principal Bro- $169,900 Pamfenc ceilings, gas Lester, 866-346-7868 Realty & Pr o perty garage, woodstove, erty Ma n agement, ker, Century 21 Gold P rincipal free-standing s t ove, er, Management vaulted ceil i ngs. 541-536-0117 Country Realty, Inc. Century 2 1 Brok 753 wood accents. New Gol d View of Mt. Jefferson 541-536-0117 541-504-1338 $84,900. Sisters Homes Wonderfully lo c a ted464 Pinney St., 2400 h ardwood floors & Country Realty, Inc. MLS¹201208375 h ome with a c o m - sq.ft., 5 .5 4 a c r es, new swimming pool. $449,900 2680 sf with 541-504-1338 TURN THE PAGE C all M e lody C u r ry Seller Financing Avail! Black Butte Ranch [ manding view of Mt. completely fenced Gourmet kitchen, new Newly renovated home 541-771-1116 Not Bank-owned$248,000. High On For More Ads 4.81 acres. $385,000 $489,900 Jefferson and the sur- shop. granite counter tops, in the heart of downNot a Short Sale! Crooked River Realty Lakes Realty & Prop- MLS¹ Furnished 4 bedroom, rounding area. Beaumaster suite + 2 guest town Redmond, close 1 7 85 The Bulletin 1 Desert Sky Lp. erty Man a gementJuniper201101447 Realty, b edrooms & bat h to dry canyon trails, 3 bed, 2 bath, 1,350 sq. 3 bath, 2 story home WOW! Look at these tiful well kept home 541-536-01 1 7 541-504-5393 with spacious rooms. rooms on the main C entennial Park 8 ft., 1-level home in desir- easily s l e ep s 15 Borders g o v e rnment v iews! Casc a d e making it a p e rfect lands this 3 bedroom mountains from your MLS¹201206924 floor with, huge loft 2 bedroom, 2 bath on amenities. able Ridge a t E a gle vacation pr o p erty. home ha s w a l k-in living room. Home has $239,000 D&D Realty overlooking the great downtown Need help fixing stuff? Crest Resort. Beautiful 1.12 acres. $129,00 Features refurbished Group LLC Call A Service Professional room, and an expan pine hardwood floor- fully furnished home with New front and side closets in each bed- been updated with MLS¹201203821 sive trex deck, ideal ing, laminate flooring hot tub & gas fireplace. decks. Fireplace with room & ceiling fans. find the help you need. newer heat pump and 866-346-7868 Call Linda Lou ins e r t, Front deck has been all for entertaining. in the kitchen & din- Move-In ready! $179,900 woodstove www.bendbulletin.com Day-Wright, Broker, new floors as well. 757 double car g arage, Home-ID 718 Call Peter for more made into a sunroom. G reat r a nc h s t y l e 541-771-2585 ing room, new paint n ewer roof & w i n into at 541-419-5391 Eagle Crest Properties Oversized 2-car gah ome with l ot s o f Crook County Homes Crooked River Realty 12851 SW Deer inside & out, master www.gorillacapital.com dows. 866-722-3370 rage with p r opane room to play. Crossing Remodeled s eparation, din i n g MLS¹201208783 heater plus extra RV CUTE! 3 bedroom, 2 West Powell Butte Es 3 bedroom, 2 bath, MLS¹201208213 $220,000 Arguably the area and formal din- South Heights 3 bdrm, Pat Palazzi, Broker cover. $68,000 bath home, close to t ates. $ 4 49,999 6 $179,000 DB D Realty 1440 sq. ft. home on best value in Creek ing room, a b o nus 2 bath, 1611 sq. ft., 541-771-6996 MLS¹201200073 the lake on over an bdrm, 3.5 bath home 2.29 acres. Granite Group LLC r oom/solarium, n e w side V illage, g r eat We never stop moving: blinds thr o ughout, Cascade Realty, acre. This is a must o n 2 0 a c re s w i t h 866-346-7868 counters, hic k o ry price and an outstand landscaping, fenced park-like Dennis Haniford, see! MLS¹201206076 shop, 2 master suites, c abinets, bam b o o back yard, RV park- f enced . 4 7 setting, ing location on t he acr e , Princ. Broker Close to schools! Nice 3 $45,000 4-car garage, water wood f l oors, v i n yl creek. Granite counter ing, alley access, de- sprinkler Cg sys t e m. 541-536-1731 bdrm home in town D&D Realty Group LLC feature, gated c om windows, the list goes t ops, k n otty a l d er tached garage w/shop $170,000. MLS 866-346-7868 munity. MLS¹ on. Garage, carport cabinets. T a stefully area & storage along 201208179 55515 Gross Dr. Great Landscaped with a RV 201207133 Pa m and R V cov e r ed rental o r v a c a tion fenced y a rd , f urnished 1 41 9 s f w/ central heat/AC. Pam Lester, Principal Look at: MORRIS Lester, Principal Bro parking. $10 9 ,000 townhome. Home-ID Call Today! $189,900 B roker Century 2 1 home. $94,900. High parking too! $79,900 Bendhomes.com MLS¹201106963 ker, Century 21 Gold MLS¹ 201204401 REAL ESTATE MLS¹201208379 844 Lakes Realty & Prop- D&D Realty Group LLC for Complete Listings of Gold Country Realty, Country Realty, Inc. Indcpendcncly~cdnnd Opeenccd Juniper Realty, Eagle Crest Properties John L. Scott Real Eserty Man a gement Inc. 541-504-1338 866-346-7868 541-504-5393 Area Real Estate for Sale 541-504-1338 866-722-3370 tate 541-548-1712 541-536-0117

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Casa Mariposa j SE Bend-Woodside Horse property - 7085 The Highlands at BroSW Ch i n oo k Dr. Ken Lane, Culver. 39 ken top, 1 0 a c res, CHECK YOUR AD Crooked R i ve r 8 $3,990,000 $795,000 Snowberry Village Snowberry Village ¹119 Magnificent p r airie You CAN have it all...a acres w/37 acres of gated, private well, Please check your ad mountain views from ¹46. • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 s tyle 8 6 7 6 sq. f t . beautiful home, huge NUID w a te r r i g ht. utilities at lot, app for on the first day it runs these 5.68 acres lo$88,900. 3 b d r ms, baths, 1920 sq. ft. home. 6 be d room barn, & room for your Flood irrigated from a cap-fill septic. to make sure it is cor- cated on a p a v ed 2 baths, 1600y sq. ft. • 2000 Silvercrest - Trisuites. Mt. Bachelor to horse & animals. BeIg. pond w/gated pipe. $535,000. MLS Num e rous 1994 rect. Sometimes in- street. Silv e rcrest. plewide Mt. Jefferson views. low replacement cost. 1 782 SF manu f . ¹ 201200937. Pam s tructions over t h e trees 8 many building Living room, separate • Living room, family 4000 sq. ft. Casita/ 3389 sq. ft . q uality h ome. 4 b d / 2 b a . Lester, Principal Bro- phone are misunder- sites. $225,000 MLS¹ dining room 8 large room, dining room Shop. Garages for 8 home on 4.2 acres. Shop, barn & 4-stall ker, Century 21 Gold stood and a n e r ror 201106408 kitchen with e a ting • Remodeled kitchen, c ars 8 2 R Vs . 9 7 8 3 -car attached g a barn. Outside arena Country Realty, Inc. can occurin your ad. Juniper Realty, area. Pellet s t ove, w/breakfast bar 541-504-5393 acres between Bend rage + R V b a rn/4+ w /attached pens . 541-504-1338 If this happens to your Huge covered BBQ • Private master suite & S i sters. G r a nd car/shop/guest room. Mountain & c anyon Just bought a new boat? ad, please contact us deck. Large laundry w/walk-in closet Ridge Estates. MLS¹201207123 views. $360 , 0 00 Sell your old one in the Ch i n oo k Dr. room and 2-car the first day your ad SW at • Master bath w/garden MLS¹201106412 Karin Johnson, Broker MLS¹201207831. Crooked River, Smith tached garage. classifieds! Ask about our appears and we will tub 8 double shower Need to get an ad Rosemary Goodwin, 541-639-6140 John L. Scott Real EsSuper Seller rates! be happy to fix it as Rock & mou n tain Call Marilyn Rohaly, • Gas FA heat PLUS Broker, Certified tate 541-548-1712 We never stop moving: 541-385-5809 s oon as w e c a n . views. Owner terms in ASAP? Broker, AC 8 fireplace Negotiator Deadlines are: Week- available. 6.9 acres 541-322-9954 • Immaculate - too THE PERFECT Mountain Springs 541-706-1897 with septic, power & days 11:00 noon for John L. Scott Real many upgrades to list! Ranch j $11,722,500 SETTING FOR YOUR Fax it to 541-322-7253 We never stop moving: next day, Sat. 11:00 w ell i n stalled. I n Estate, Bend $129,900 NEW HOME 61,416 acre ranch cludes custom home a.m. for Sunday and www.JohnLScott.com Call Marilyn Rohaly, 8988 deeded (1830 ir- Broken Top, 0.53 Acres Monday. The Bulletin Classifieds plans. $189,000 Broker, 541-322-9954 r igated) & 52, 4 2 8 Offered at $275,000 Snowberry Village ¹127 cs MLS¹ 201008671 MORRIS 541-385-5809 John L. Scott Real Cate Cushman, BLM. 60 miles east of $90,425 Juniper Realty, Thank you! Estate, Bend REAL ESTATE Principal Broker Bend. Spri n g-fed • 2 bedrooms, 2 baths 14198 SW Nine Peaks 541-504-5393 The Bulletin Classified www.JohnLScott.com 1 dcpy dc dyo y d de p y i y d 541-480-1884 • 1404 sq. ft., 2000 Silowner's home, 9 state Pl - Mtn views from MORRIS of the art pivots, 90 ft. www.catecushman.com vercrest t his 1960 sq. ft., 3 Snowberry Village ¹16 SW Chipmunk Rd. REAL ESTATE Serenity and Privacy on truck scales, 20 ton Three 9148 Sq.ft. lots, C lose bedroom, 2 bath to Past u re Level 5.19 acres with • Large great room, bay Enjoy the carefree lifI d p d pdyo w dp dop pd d 4.62 acres. Comfortlivestock scales, and window dining area estyle at Bend's prehome on 1.16 acre. cul-de-sac, u t i l ities w /views. 8589 S W mountain views. Well able 3 b edroom, 2 • Front & back decks tags. U pdated with n e w Cascade 55+ community s tubbed i nt o P U E , Panorama. $ 44,500 treed w it h Mou n t ain b ath home a n d a 5 LOP s e v eral• Laundry room + 2 car mier MLS¹201208910 MLS¹201105165 n ear m edical a n d carpet & vinyl flooring Views - Imagine the 30x40 shop with overclose to West Canpossible buil d ing garage Steve Payer, C all M e lody C u r ry shopping. Immacuand interior has been delight upon entering yon Rim Park and acsites. Com m unity• Sold t a stefully fur- late 3 sized RV door. Build Broker, GRI 541-771-1116 b e d room, 2 freshly painted. 936 cess to the dry cany our n e w hom e ! your custom home water 8 power avail541-480-2966 sq. ft. garage has a bath features sepayon trail. $35,000, to Crooked River Realty Vaulted ceilings, open able at t h e s t reet. nished brea t htaking We never stop moving: r ate d i ning r o o m, shop area, 2 bays 8 floor plan. K itchen, with $50,000. MLS¹ Lovely horse property Owner terms avail- Call Marilyn R ohaly, views of the Cascade Broker, 541-322-9954 huge kitchen with is50 amp power for an dining an d 2012077694 and fa m i ly mtns. or enjoy as is. able. $69,000 MLS¹ John was used for horses L. Scott Real land, master suite with R V. S e parate R V rooms with wood deck $249,000 7687 Pa m L e s ter, before. Just under 3 201106095 Estate, Bend covered storage and access. Formal living cs g arden t u b , sta l l P rincipal Brok e r , acres. Nice view of Juniper Realty, www.JohnLScott.com MLS¹201205440 shower, Vaulted ceilcarport. $139,500 C entury 2 1 Gol d P aulina Peak f r o m 541-504-5393 with views. M aster D8 D Realty Group LLC MLS¹ 201208272 ings, wood laminate Country Realty, Inc. end suite, jett e d -tub,866-346-7868 Snowberry Village ¹70 of Property. Lots floors, FA heat 8 AC. Juniper Realty, walk-in shower, dbl MORRIS 541-504-1338 of pine trees and very S W D O V E R D . M t. $69,500 541-504-5393 overed dec ks . sink va n it y and Sisters j $579,900 REAL ESTATE Two-acre mt. view lot Washington 8 Three • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, C secluded. $42,900 Call Manlyn closet. Ready Great Cascade Moun- I dypy dy dy 0 y d d O p y tcd Sisters views from this attached 2-car garage $94,500. with septic, pwr lines, MLS¹ 201206397 1/4 Mi. Deschutes River walk-in Rohaly, Broker, i mmediate tain views from this 6.1 acre property with • 1248 sq. ft. 1993 Sil- 541-322-9954 water lines installed to Cascade Realty, f rontage. Cus t o m for your 4.80 acres 3,000 sq. ft. home on Newer S ingle S t o ry building site. $68,000 power installed. Close vercrest Dennis Haniford, single level 3 bdrm, 3 enjoyment. John L. Scott RE .75 acres. 2 b e d - home, 3 b drm, 2 .5 to t h e Des c hutes • Large l iving room MLS ¹20100858 Princ. Broker bath, 3 96 2 sq . ft., with 4 .6 0 i r r igated. 6rooms, bonus room 8 bath, office, sunroom, River and Steelhead • dining area Call Nancy Popp 541-536-1731 1 2.72 a c r e ga t e d MLS¹201205610. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS! pri c e at o ffice. 4 a c re s o f 2260 sq.ft, 60 acre, Vaulted c e i lings, 541-815-8000 Falls. $99,500 MLS¹ community, p r i vate New Sunny windows $189,750! Three Sisters irrigamtn 8 S m it h R o ck NW Dove Rd. Private 201205646 Crooked River Realty setting. $99 7 ,000. Door-to-door selhng with John L. Scott well, power 8 septic tion. 40x40 barn, 5 views. $279,000. MLS Juniper Re a l ty,• FA heat & heat pump fast results! It's the easiest MLS ¹ 201 2 05961. 773 Real Estate loafing sheds, 3 car ¹ 201206306 Pam installed! Level 5.12 541-504-5393 (A/C) Pam Lester, Principal 541-548-1712 acres with s e veral • Front porch and large way in the world to sell. garage with shop. Lester, Principal BroAcreages B roker, Century 2 1 back deck MLS¹201205094 building sites with Mtn SW Geneva View Rd. ker, Century 21 Gold Gold Country Realty, Close-in 4.78 Acres j Marilyn R ohaly, The Bulletin Classified Mark Valceschini, P.C., Country Realty, Inc. Three acres flat prop views. All it needs is T errebonne. Le v e l Call Inc. 541-504-1338 $410,000 Broker, CRS, GRI 541-504-1338 erty perfect to build your dream home. 1.14 acres that will be Broker, 541-322-9954 541-385-5809 2428 sq. ft., 4 bedL. Scott Real 541-383-4364 $96,500 MLS¹ 1620SF well appointed room, 2 bath on 4.78 on. $59,900. easy to build on. Well John Ranch in Powell Butte MLS¹201205386 Estate, Bend 201201035 CRR home a djoins acres with 2 acres ir- We never stop moving: treed with an abun780 $925,000. Pride of Call J u li e F a h lgren,Juniper Realty, dance o f wil d l ife www.JohnLScott.com 90-acre pasture with rigation and a pond. Mfd./Mobile Homes ownership/Borders 541-504-5393 2-mile walking track. Huge shop and barn. Broker, 541-550-0098 passing thro u gh.Snowberry Village ¹98 BLM. Feed Lot, hay Crooked with Land Heat pump, propane Directions: Neff east River Realty $41,500 MLS¹ $79,500 SE Bend -9.06Acres j 201102002 Barn, Equip. Shed free-standing s t ove, to Deer Trail Road, • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 5 acres adjoins public MLS¹201206082 $295,000 ACRES with mounoversized dbl gar + Realty, • 1 4 04 s q. f t . 1 9 9 9 5 tain r ight to en d o f t h e Beautifully treed 9.06 Juniper Vicci Bowen land over Deschutes views. 3 bdrm, 2 bonus rm. Lg kitchen road. 541-504-5393 MORRIS Silvercrest River. Short walk to acre parcel offers el541-410-9730 b ath, 1 62 0 h o m e , cov. decks. $144,900. • Vaulted ceilings MLS¹201206420 REAL ESTATE river. $74,900. e vated v istas w i t h Central Oregon Realty 36x40 shop, fenced, MLS¹20120766 Susan Agli, Indypyndyndy (Ppyyd ppd Opyyp<yd MLS¹201102328 m ountain views t o SW River Rd. Exc. view designer colors Group, LLC irigated, ext. sprinkler C all N a n c y Pop p Broker, SRES from top of property. • Gas heat and A/C. system. b uild y o u r dr e a m Call Linda Lou $27 9 ,000. 541-815-8000 541-383-4338 Elevated corner lotTurn-key ranch. Cas2.79 acres w alking S pectacular views o f Day-Wright, Broker, home. Borders BLM MLS 2809225. Pam Crooked River Realty nice views 541-408-3773 distance to the Descade mtn views, built land. All utilities are to the Cascade Mtns & 541-771-2585 Lester, 541-504-1338 We never stop moving: D eschutes Riv e r . in 1993, 38+ acres Crooked River Realty the property. Quiet chutes River 8 Steel- • Attached 2-car ga- C entury 2 1 , 1 6751 SW Dove R d . Go l d rage + shop area head Falls. Hike, bike, with 26 + i r r igation, setting minutes from Custom home s ituB eautiful cust o m • Front deck and rear County Realty barn, shop, hay shed, ride horses, fly fish. ated on 2 . 3 a c r es town. 2,500 sq.ft. Iog home Find It in cs Quiet & natural set- patio Gigantic views! fenced. $5 5 0 ,000. MLS¹201205047 w/300' of river fronton 4.9 acres. GourThe Bulletin Classifieds! Sherry Perrigan, Broker ting is ideal for vaca- Call Marilyn R ohaly, $129,000. Quality FuMLS ¹ 201 0 03925 a ge. 2937 s q . f t . met kitchen w/cherry Broker, 541-322-9954 541-385-5809 tions or year round qua home, 3 bdrm, 2 Pam Lester, Principal 541-410-4938 w/hardwood, c r o wn c abinets, gran i te MORRIS B roker, Century 2 1 living. $49,000 MLS¹ John L. Scott Real bath, 1572 sq. ft., moulding, w ainscotWe never stop moving: counters, 8 farmer's R EADY T O BU I L D! Estate, Bend 201009429 Shop + greenhouse ing & m uch m ore! Gold Country Realty, REAL ESTATE sink. Great room has 5.07 acres, flat lot, www.JohnLScott.com MLS¹ 201200450 Inc. 541-504-1338 Juniper Realty, MLS¹201208388 floor to ceiling winIndcpendyndy (hmcd ppd Opcrpryd mature trees, paved 541-504-5393 Gail Day 541-306-1018 $699,000 J o h n L. dows w/mtn v iews. FACTORY SPECIAL 771 road, 1/3 interest in Central Oregon Realty Scott R e a l E s t a te New Home, 3 bdrm, Hickory hardwood 8 Country living in Bend, well, applied for stan Group, LLC 541-548-1712 Spectacular Mtn. Lots SW Shad Rd. Located $46,900 finished tile f loors. R a diant dard septic. $99,900. views. 4 bdrm, 4.5 on a p aved street. on you site,541.548.5511 MORRIS floor heating. MLS¹ 20 12 0 4695 BULLETIN CLASSIFIEDS Tumalo j $449,000 baths, 17 acres. OfThis 2.7 acre parcel www.JandMHomes.com $59,000 O u t standing $499,999 MLS REAL ESTATE A country home with Lester, Principal Search the area's most fered at $1,295,000. has Mt. Jefferson & builders dream lot in a Pam 201208751. J u niper I dcpc dy dyO yd d O pc tcd room for big holiday quiet n e i ghborhood B roker, Century 2 1 MLS ¹2101203960 Smith Rock v i ews. People Look for Information comprehensive listing of Realty, 541-504-5393 Country Realty, About Products and g atherings! Liv i n g and backs u p classified advertising... Cate Cushman, The lot is level with to Gold SW Canyon Dr. 1.13 great, and game or Principal Broker 3bd/2ba on 2.44 acres common area. This Inc. 541-504-1338 many building sites. Services Every Daythrough real estate to automotive, acres with a c cess entertainment room. 541-480-1884 with barn 8 fenced for property is priced to 5'/z acre RV lot. grand- from two streets pro- Crooked River Ranch The Bulletin Classifieds merchandise to sporting goods. 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Broker, 541-550-0098 Call Linda Lou 541-536-1731 MLS¹201208145 Day-Wright, Broker, Crooked River Realty $237,000 541-771-2585 5-acres + 1733 sq, ft, N orth P o wel l B u t t e Crooked River Realty craftsman CRR home, D8 D Realty Group LLC 866-346-7868 Acreage 3 LOTS! hickory cabi n ets, 3 buildable, rare, North G randfathered-in R V granite, tra v ertine,FABULOUS CANYON MORRIS P owell B utte C a s - lot, come camp or river rock fireplace, RIM. Once in a lifeREAL ESTATE d r eam cade Mountain views. b uild y ou r garage + 24x36 shop. time opportunity. home. Septic/Power/ I dcpy dypdyo cdp dopywryd Quiet area. Call MLS¹201207304 Breathtaking views of W ater. $57,9 0 0 Vicci Bowen $289,900. Call Nancy the canyon from your FIND IT) MLS¹201207367 541-410-9730 Popp 541-815-8000 reverse living f l oor I Linda Lou DayWright, fguY f7 Central Oregon Realty Crooked River Realty plan. Vaulted living Broker, 541-771-2585 Group, LLC SELL IT! room, pellet s t ove. 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Creek Loop. Wood C ustom 2034 sq ft , 4 storage shed & par- apt. w/own entrance, Flat bldg. site, with stove makes for cozy b edroom, 2.5 b a t h tial fencing. $249,900 formal dining room, 2 water/power at road. master suites. Comwinter nights. A covh ome built i n 2 0 06 MLS¹201206225 $39,900 piete w i t h hug e ered porch overlooks w ith Mtn v iews o n D8D Realty Group LLC Call Nancy Popp at walk-thru closet and the creek. A covered 1.53 acres. Many up- 866-346-7868 541-815-8000 about rotating bed so you R V carport sits a t graded features inMLS¹201207930 pi c k view . Crooked River Realty back of property. clude: hickory cabi- Home/shop/1.41 acres c an 3 bdrm, 1 bath, 1228 $480,000 $275,000 nets, granite counter sq. ft. home. Has 3 MLS¹201201550 MLS¹ 201207074 t ops, alder t ri m 8 Downtown Bend Lot wells: irrigation, house John L. Scott Real Call Linda at doors, hardwood & tile $650,000 541-815-0606 floors. The m a ster and shop. $105,000. Estate 541-548-1712 Downtown Bend locaMLS¹201202939 Cascade Realty, bath has a garden tub tion. 0.43 acre, RH Mike Jones 763 Dennis Haniford, with tile surround 8 zoning with much po541-350-2226 Princ. Broker separate tile shower. Recreational Homes tential an d l o c ated Central Oregon Realty 541-536-1731 $275,000 outside th e h i storic & Property Group, LLC MLS¹ 201208347 districts. Bring your 1y&d acre, 2 h r s f r om 30 year fixed APR 15 year fixed APR Juniper Realty, Meticulous home in de- 141980 Emerald Mead- ideas! Laughlin, NV, 45 mi off 541-504-5393 MLS¹201208031 sirable location, only ows Way - Beautiful Hwy 93, Mead City, AZ. Judy Meyers, Broker, No svcs or utils. $19,500. from town & custom built 3 bd/ 2 9.33 acres in Powell minutes GRI, CRS Prineville Reservoir. Call 541-480-8771 b ath home o n o n e Purchas eprice$350,000,20% down,Loan amount$280,000,30yrfixed. Butte - 4 bdrm, 2.5 541-480-1922 Home has breathtakCre s cent b ath, 1928 s q . f t . , ing Cascade views. acre i n 32.42 Acres in Urban We never stop moving: Lake. This p r istine 3-car garage, barn, Low Growth Bou n dary, mai n tenance property has everyshop, with RV door. Ir- yard. Open Adjacent t o The r o omy thing. Paved circular rigated. $35 9 ,000 floor p lan, v a ulted Greens, kitty corner to Jumbo purchasepriceIvalue$I jjjjjj-2II% down/equity $640I00loanamount.Offervalid asofdateof ad,restnct'dIps ma yapply Rates/fees subjectto change.OnApprovedCredit cs MLS ¹ 20 1 2037129 ceilings, lots of light drive, 2 car heated new Ridgeview High small shed, Pam Lester, Principal from the large win- garage, School. $59 9 ,000. newly painted exteB roker, Century 2 1 MLS ¹ 201 2 03193 nice office, and rior with wood floors, MORRIS Gold Country Realty, dows, Pam Lester, Principal n ook. T w o tre e d pellet stove and tons REAL ESTATE Inc. 541-504-1338 B roker, Century 2 1 acres, plenty of room of storage. Comes Indcpyndcndy &myd ppd Opyyp<ed Gold Country Realty, f or yo u r toy s ! !! equipped with a genB ETWEEN BEND & Inc. 541-504-1338 MLS¹201204820 erator for those cold Driveway in place. 7981 REDMOND MORTGAG E CORPORATION D8 D Realty n ights M us t se e ! 5-acre corner lot, flat Terrific location - 4 $159,900 SW High Cone. Group LLC Owners determined to 8 fully treed. $49,900. bdrm, 1 ba th in $29,900. sell. One o f t h o se MLS¹201109114 2,888y sq.ft. home on 866-346-7868 MLS¹201003931 Academy MortgageAchieves ¹1 Independent Lender C all N a nc y Po p p , 5.75y acres. A Nearly 2-acres, Mt view, special homes you Call Melody Curry 541-815-8000 Country feel but close great location in CRR, want to see. $299,000 541-771-1116 Ranking for Purchase Business in the United States! 201203768 to t ow n a m enities. with v e r y Crooked River Realty Crooked River Realty li v eable MLS¹ data yource — Coyelo ec Market Trdy Call Linda at Super fireplace w/rock home. $64, 9 00. 6.5 acres of great horse 541-815-0606 $139,000 The perfect property. surround for a m b i- MLS¹201208697 Fen c ed, location f o r you r cross fenced, p ada nce, plus a L o p iC all N a nc y Pop p Cascade Realty, Dennis Haniford, Broker dream home at Eagle docks, 8 l arge hay Woodstove that can 541-815-8000 541-433-5678 Crest! Located on a heat the whole house. Crooked River Realty Has a nice 2 beautiful and p resti barn. Great room floor plan bdrm, 2 bath single 764 Rare Find j $695,000 gious cul-de-sac on w/living room & also. $179,000 The Ridge. 1/3 Acre wide kitchen having 39+ acre ranch minFarms & Ranches MLS 201108032 utes to Costco. Close wide-plank floors of Lot in coveted Phase. Cascade Realty, to shops and BLM yet Gentlemen farm & reHome-ID 890 reclaimed pine. DisDennis Haniford, tressed maple cabi- enjoy country l i fe. t irement. Cus t o m Eagle Crest Properties Princ. Broker Gorgeous 3731 sq. ft. home 866-722-3370 nets in Kitchen with 1 ove r looking 541-536-1731 b e d - Willow Creek w/Cas1 /2 t hi c k slat e f armhouse, 3 counters. If you like a r oom, 3 b a t h , f u l l cade Mtn. views. 2892 $ 78,000 Peek a b o o BY OWNER 20.6 acres barn , SF 1-level home w/in- golf course and Cline on river in Redmond, cozy country f e el. b asement, Buttes views. Level lot on 83rd St. owner will irri g ated, door pool, 3360 SF You've got it!! 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Din osaur Train Sesame Street Daniel Ti er Sid the Science WordWorld Ba r ne, Friends KOAB NewsChannel 8 atSunrise Toda The Jeff Probst Show KGW The Dail Buzz HouseofPa ne HouseofPa ne TheSteveW ilkosShow The Jerem K le Show The Wend Williams Show TVZDT2 OPBPL 175 173 Heartland Greener World Newsline Sit and Be Fit Varied Pro rams M Famil *A&E 13028 18 32 Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Bio Channel Preview Boun Hunter Varied Pro rams Criminal Minds Varied Pro rams Criminal Minds Varied Pro rams CSI: Miami Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Teeter Han Ups Nopalea with Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram 15 ** All I Want for Christmas1991, Comed EthanRandall. « (:15) ** Prancer 1989 « Carol Burnett Teeter Han U s Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Three Stoo es Three Stoo es * * * Jeremiah Johnson 1972Robert Redford, Will Geer. As Paid Pro ram Teeter Han U s Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Debb Boone Paid Pro ram Three Stoo es ** * Two Mules for Sister Sara1970,WesternShirie MacLaine,Clint Eastwood. cc AMC 10240 39 Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram ** Bi Trouble in Little China1986, Action Kurt Russell. « *** Casino 1995 « Th Save-CarMD Paid Pro ram Teeter Han U s Paid Pro ram No alea with Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram ThreeStoo es Three Stoo es ** The PoseidonAdventure1972 Gene Hackman. « *ANPL 68 50 26 38 Oran utan Isle Chim Eden Bi CatDia Bi Cat Diar Animal Co s Phoenix Animal Co s Phoenix Animal Co s Phoenix Varied Pro rams Varied Pro rams BRAVO 137 44 CMT Music Varied Pro rams CMT 19032 42 53 Squawk onthe Street Varied Pro rams Fast Mone Halftime Report Power Lunch Street Si ns CNBC 54 36 40 52 CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Varied Pro rams CNN Newsroom CNN 55 38 35 48 Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams Entoura e Varied Pro rams RENO 911! RE NO 911! Varied Pro rams COM 13553 35 47 The Yo a Show The Yo a Show Desert Cookin Ore on The Yo a Show The Yo a Show Bod Workout Bod Workout Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram COTV Public Affairs Varied Pro rams Public Affairs Varied Pro rams CSPAN 61 20 12 (4:00) Washin ton Journal 'DIS 87 43 14 39 Varied Pro rams Octonauts Varied Pro rams Doc McStuffins Never Land Phineas, Ferb Gravit Falls A.N.T. Farm J e ssie Shake It U ! A u s tin & All *DISC 156 21 16 37 Paid Pro ram Creflo Dollar Varied Pro rams James Robison Jo ce Me er P aid Pro ram Varied Pro rams *El Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram E! 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World Bo Meet World 700/Interactive The700Club Gilmore Girls FAM 67 29 19 41 America's Newsroom Happenin Now America Live FNC 57 61 36 50 *FOOD 17762 98 44 Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram P aid Pro ram P aid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram P aid Pro ram V aried Pro rams Good Eats Unw r a ed Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Smarter Smarter Movie Varied Pro rams Movie FX 131 Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams HGTV 176 49 33 43 'HIST 15542 41 36 Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Balancin Act Varied Pro rams Will & Grace W ill & Grace F r asier Frasier Frasier Frasier Old Christine O ld Christine LIFE 138 39 20 31 The Dail Rundown Jansin and Co MSNBCLive NOWWith Alex Wa ner Andrea Mitchell Reports News Nation MSNBC 59 59 128 51 MTV Jams Va r ied Pro rams AMTV Varied Pro rams AMTV Varied Pro rams MTV 19222 38 57 Full House Fu l l House Varied Pro rams Dora Ex lorer VariedPro rams S on eBob S o n eBob S o neBob S on eBob S o neBob S on eBob NICK 82 46 24 40 Rachael Ra The OprahWinfre Show The OprahWinfre Show Dr. Phil Dr. Phil OWN 16110331 103 The Nate Berkus Show Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram V aried Pro rams Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram N o.1Kitchen The DanPatrick Show ROOT 20 45 28* 26 Varied Pro rams Insane Bodies! Varied Pro rams SPIKE 13231 34 46 Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams SYFY 13335 133 45 Creflo Dollar J o hn Ha ee Jo s e h Prince This Is Your Da Believeryoice Varied Pro rams James Robison Toda TBN 05 60 130 *TBS 16 27 Married... With Married... With M Name Is Earl Home Improve. Home Improve. Accordin -Jim Accordin -Jim We There Yet? Varied Pro rams Houseof Pa ne 28 *** In the Good Old Summertime1949 Jud Garland. «(DVS) *** The Bishop's Wife1947 Ca Grant, Loretta Youn . « (:15) ** Susan Slept Here1954DickPowell, Debbie Re nolds. « Goin M Wa :45 * * * The Miracle ofOur Lad of Fatima1952 Gilbert Roland. *** The Nun's Sto 1959, DramaAudre He burn, Peter Finch. « :15 The Son of Bernadette 1943 15) ** Where the Bo s Are1960 DoloresHart. cc DVS ***BellsAreRin in 1960Jud Hollida, DeanMartin. « TCM 101 44 10129 W Adventures of Huck Finn (:15) The An el WoreRed 1960 ** M Reputation 1946BarbaraStanw ck Th (5:30) ** His Brother's Wife (:45) **B.F.'s Dau hter1948 BarbaraStanw ck, VanHeflin. « (:45) ** The ManWith a Cloak1951 « 15 **The Secretof Dr. Kildare1939o« 45 ** Dr. Kildare's Stran e Case1940 « 15 ** Dr. Kildare GoesHome1940 LewA res. 45 ** Dr. Kildare's Crisis1940 Lew A res. « *TLC 17834 32 34 Varied Pro rams *TNT 17 26 15 27 Smallville Charmed Charmed Supernatural Supernatural Levera e *TOON 84 Varied Pro rams Hole in the Wall Varied Pro rams Be blade-Metl Pokemon BW Varied Pro rams *TRAV 179 51 45 42 Varied Pro rams EZ Guitar Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram M urder, She Wrote Dick Van D ke Dick Van D ke I Love Luc I Love Luc And G riffith An d Griffith TVLND 65 47 29 35 Movie Varied Pro rams USA 15 30 23 30 Varied Pro rams VH1 19148 37 54 05 Movie Varied Pro rams ENCR 106401306401 FMC 104204104120 4:35 Movie :20 Movie VariedPro rams:25 Movie Movie Varied Pro rams FUEL 34 Varied Pro rams Varied Pro rams Fehert Varied Pro rams Fehert Varied Pro rams Fehert Varied Pro rams Fehert Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Paid Pro ram GOLF 28 301 27 301 Fehert HALL 66 33 175 33 Movie Varied Pro rams Home &Famil Varied Pro rams Home & Famil Varied Pro rams God-Bi er Art of Gettin * T h e Art of Gettin B 2011 rr « * Gulliver's Travels 2010Jack Black. n cc Intolerable Crl (:25) **Anastasia1997Voices of Me R an Girl With Pearl:4 5 ** Nanc Drew 2007EmmaRoberts, JoshFlitter. n « ** Shark Tale 2004Voicesof Will Smith. n :15 ** Jo ful Noise 2012QueenLatifah, Doll Parton. n cc HBO 25501425501 W ** Journe 2: The M sterious Island 2012n This Is 40: 1st Fi ht Game * New Year's Eve2011Halle Ber, Jessica Biel. n cc Picture Paris n ** The Love Letter 1999n Th (4:45) Switch r1 (:45) ** Fair Tale: A True Stor 1997 FlorenceHoath. rr « *** Kit Kittred e: An American Girl 2008 n « Tsunamiand the Cherr *** Death Becomes Her 1992 Anchorman: Le end of Ron ** NewYorkMinute2004Ashle Olsen.n « 35 *** Rio 2011 Voices oiAnneHathawa . n Les Miserables REAL S orts With Br ant Gumbel *** * Titanic IFC 105 105 Movie Varied Pro rams 15 Movie Varied Pro rams (5:15) *** Roads to Riches n (6:50) ** Dudle Do-Ri ht 1999 ** Last Man Standin 1996 BruceWilis. rr « The Hauntin n (:15) ** Bein Fl nn 2012Robert DeNiro, Paul Dano. rr « ThomasCrown:35 * The FlintstonesinVivaRockVe as2000 10 *** The Associate1996, Comed Whoo i Goldber . n « 05 **The Ea le2011Channin Tatum,JamieBell. n « MAX 00508 508 W The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert n :35 * * How to Eat Fried Worms 2006 n ** The Revenant 2009David Anders, Chris W Ide. n cc *** Bridesmaids 2011 n cc ** Dia of a Wimp Kid: Rodrick Rules 2011 * Red Ridin Hood 2011AmandaSe fried. n (:40) *** Slx De rees of Separa'tlon 1993Stockard Channln . A (:10) ** Hall Pass 2011 n « *** Chicken Run2000Voices of Mel Gibson. n ** She's the One1996Jennifer Aniston. n a« 05 *** Extremel Loud & Incredibl Close 2011,DramaTom Hanks. n « Arachno hobia NBCSN 27 58 30 209 The DanPatrick Show Varied Pro rams Varied Pro rams Alaska State Troopers Border Wars Taboo NGC 157 157 I n vader ZIM Ad v en./Jimm A d ven./Jimm A d ven./Jimm P l anet Sheen I nvader ZIM In v ader ZIM Ba ck, Barn ard Back, Barn ard Planet Sheen T.U.F.F. Pu NTOON 89 115189115 Invader ZIM OUTD 37 307 43 307 Varied Pro rams Paid Pro ram Varied Pro rams War Horse ** Sleepover 2004Alexa Ve a, MikaBoorem.rr AllGoodThin s2010R anGoslin . rrss The Help 2011 (:45) *** Source Code 2011, SuspenseJake G lenhaal. rr « 4:50 **Pa check2003n 10 *** War Horse 2011,Historical DramaEmil Watson, DavidThewlis. n « 45 ** The Prince & Me2004Julia Stiles, LukeMabl . n « Peace,Love 15 * An Invisible Si n 2010, DramaJessica Alba. n cc ** Cutthroat Island1995, AdventureGeenaDavis. 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